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Advocate II
Advocate II

Custom connector using Postman collection v.2 - is it possible?

Hi all,


The Postman on my PC have been updated and I realized that in the new version Postman doesn't offer to export collection in v.1. I see only v.2 in the export window. In the same time Power Apps doesn't accept Postman collections v.2 (only v.1 is acceptable).

Could you please advice how can I create collection v.1 in Postman or may be there is any way to convert collection from v.2 into v.1?


Many thanks in advance!

Helper I
Helper I

I found this on Github that did the trick for me.  It'll convert V1 to V2 or V2 to V1. 


GitHub - postmanlabs/postman-collection-transformer: Perform rapid conversion and validation of JSON...

New Member

The custom connector now supports version 2.0 and 2.1 of Postman collections.  However, I have tried off two different tenants and the import of both 2.1 and 2.0 collection is not working.  When I attempt to upload even simple Collections that are working in postman, I see the error: Cannot read property 'getUrl' of undefined.



Frequent Visitor

I am having the same issue with no luck

hi Alaskan,


option 2 on this blog post is an easy option to get postman v2 or v2.1.


APIMatic provide a online SaaS service to convert a postman collection to an OpenAPI V2 so you can build your custom connector.


Pls remember to take your keys/tokens our if you have confidential info in your postman collections



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