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.
Received below message from Microsoft and it is working in PowerAutomate.
"As we have reported this issue to our Product Team earlier this week, they have provided a workaround for it is to create/update custom connectors using the Power Automate custom connectors experience. As they working on it a fix is being deployed as soon as possible to fix the PowerApps portal."
I have another issue with creating\updating Custom Connectors.
When I'm setting everything(Client ID, Client Secret, Resource URL) on the Security page and hit Create Connector, it tells me "Connector successfully created", reloads the form, and then it's empty again. So I can't get Redirect URL and use the connector.
I've tried it on different accounts with different tenants.
I'm going trough this manual step by step with no luck: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-au/graph/tutorials/flow?tutorial-step=2
Can anyone please check - if it works at all?
Is there another way to check if the Redirect URL is created?
I'm attaching the screenshot that shows how it looks after 'Create connector' is pressed.
Any info on that? Could anyone try it if it works?
Should I start a separate thread for visibility, since it seems to be a different issue (with the same outcome)?
I can't create a custom connector at all. Because of that, I can't make MS Planner automation since it's native connector is strangely limited and not allowing updates of simple things like BicketID and checklists. So Power Automate & MS Planner leads to a dead-end in any way I'm trying to go.
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