Since yesterday I'm not able to either create or update a custom connector. The error message is the following:
User with object id '063f8669-fdab-4701-a32a-0561323876e3' and scopes 'Approvals.Manage.All, Flows.Manage.All, Flows.Read.All' does not have permission to call route 'POST/PROVIDERS/MICROSOFT.POWERAPPS/APIS/'
I tried to do so on an other Microsoft account of my even on a other computer. Still no success.
I am also getting similar error from todays morning, unable to update existing as well as create new custom connector
I am getting
User with object id '9b7452fd-9f7e-4825-bdac-93a56e9dc75f' and scopes 'Approvals.Manage.All, Flows.Manage.All, Flows.Read.All' does not have permission to call route 'POST/PROVIDERS/MICROSOFT.POWERAPPS/APIS'.
Any one have resolution for this
@EvanChakiMSFT You were the go-to person for the same error on a different issue, in this thread: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Building-Power-Apps-Formerly/Sign-in-Issues-Sharepoint-list-form...
Can you assist us with the similar issue we're having?
This is maybe not the same issue but there is some informations.
A colleague of mine cannot create a custom connector since this morning (Timezone Paris, France) and had this error message : "Cannot read property 'InnerException' of undefined".
Apparently, when he's using a Virtual Machine based in US the creation/update is working fine and when he's using a local machine based in Europe, he's getting the issue.
On my side with the same OpenAPI file and a local machine based in Europe, I cannot reproduce the issue, all is working fine.
I hope those few informations will help you to find a solution
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