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Associating Flow Error - Failed during http send request

Hello!

 

We are experiencing an issue with all power apps (including new apps) where we select a Flow from the Action > Power Automate and it has the below error:

 

 

Failed during http send request

 

 

This is for flows that I am the owners of as well as those shared with me.

 

Could a setting within the Admin Centre or Application Settings remove the link between Power Apps and Power Automate?

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v-jefferni
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Are you saying that all Flows, no matter that created by you or shared with you, would throw the error prompts when adding to Power Apps?

 

Although this error mostly comes up with incorrect triggers or actions in Flow, in your case apparently it is not the same. I found a blog talking about this error prompt and how to fix it:

https://sergeluca.wordpress.com/2020/05/24/power-apps-calling-flow-solving-the-failed-during-http-send-request-error/

 

It says at last:

The workaround is the following: if you create a flow with a service account, use the same service account for binding the Power Apps with the flow. And avoid different credentials in your flows.

 

Please check if the account that caused the issue, create a new flow with the same account as in Power Apps to see if it could be added into Power Apps.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Jeffer Ni
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v-jefferni
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Are you saying that all Flows, no matter that created by you or shared with you, would throw the error prompts when adding to Power Apps?

 

Although this error mostly comes up with incorrect triggers or actions in Flow, in your case apparently it is not the same. I found a blog talking about this error prompt and how to fix it:

https://sergeluca.wordpress.com/2020/05/24/power-apps-calling-flow-solving-the-failed-during-http-send-request-error/

 

It says at last:

The workaround is the following: if you create a flow with a service account, use the same service account for binding the Power Apps with the flow. And avoid different credentials in your flows.

 

Please check if the account that caused the issue, create a new flow with the same account as in Power Apps to see if it could be added into Power Apps.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Jeffer Ni
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it.

Community Support Team _ Jeffer Ni

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it.

robertoilidio
Microsoft
Microsoft

Error:

robertoilidio_2-1642701730199.png

 

Check error in network traces ( Browser DevTools):

robertoilidio_3-1642701996472.png

 

 

current workaround:

Go to the Flow -> Run Only User -> Edit

robertoilidio_4-1642702219979.png

 

 

"Provided by run only user"

robertoilidio_1-1642701682897.png

 

Then try to add the Flow into the Canvas App again, it should work successfully. You can switch back the "Run only user" after the workaround

 

powerdev38
Regular Visitor

Hi,

I had the same issue, but I corrected the flow to have the same connection (only one account) for all the HTTP and Email (outlook) actions in the flow.

I then added the flow to the app with the same service account and it worked.

Cheers.

SipheVilakati
New Member

This has worked for me as well. maintain the same connection for all the steps in the flow. advisable to use a service account.

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