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Varsha2005in
Helper I
Helper I

Flow Run error on PowerApps for few Users

Hello All,

I have created a Flow that is triggered from Powerapps, and added "Add Attachment" SharePoint action on Flow, that make some changes on Sharepoint List. I have made couple people as owners too on Flow, PowerApps, and Sharepoint. But it always give them flow run error when they run the Powerapps, but it works fine for me. It shows error on PowwerApps side, it is not even showing that Flow run has failed on the Flow side. Please help what could be the issue and if anyone has resolved it. App is already in Production, need to resolve it quickly.

 

Thanks, 

Varsha

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TheRobRush
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Impactful Individual

Could you share the code that triggers the flow, and the error message
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Hi @TheRobRush 

I am using:

Set(picUpdateData, JSON(PhotoList,JSONFormat.IncludeBinaryData));
AddingAttachmentToSharepoint.Run(picUpdateData);

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seadude
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Sounds like a Sharepoint permissions problem. If you are certain you've given them "Owner" permissions on the Flow. Make sure they have at least "Member" permissions on the Sharepoint List.

The way i read original post the error never shows up for you only other team members? If so id definitely check their permissions in the flow and on the sharepoint
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Hi @TheRobRush 

Thanks, as far as I know/checked they have permissions, but I will check it again.

 

Thanks,

Varsha

Also, visit the Flow, check Connections for each Action. This is done by

1. Expanding each action, look for exclamation points or red "x"'s showing errors

2. Click the three dots on each action and look for "Invalid Connection"

3. You might just click "Create new" connection for each action as well.

If no success there: I'd disconnect the Flow from PowerApps and reconnect.

Last resort: Rebuild the Flow from scratch and connect it to PowerApps.

Good lucK!

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