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samuelJ
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Flow/Stored procedure: Invalid Number of arguments

Hello - I am trying to call a stored procedure.  I have been calling a stored procedure like this for a few months with no issues.  I am attempting to do the same thing but I keep getting this error.  I have set up an instant flow that calls a stored procedure and takes in some parameters.  In powerApps it says it is expecting zero parameters, but you can see in my flow there should be 4.  Appreciate any help.  storedProc.PNGprocInPowerApps.PNG

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samuelJ
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I guess when you make a change to the flow, you have to "re-import" it again from Action > Power Automate > Flow.  I just made the change and thought it would auto update.  

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v-xiaochen-msft
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Hi @samuelJ ,

 

I did the test for you and did not encounter your problem.

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Please try to:

1.Remove flow from canvas.

2.Save, publish and exit app.

3.Enter the app again. Add a button control and re-add the flow.

 

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If it still does not work, please try to create a new flow.

 

Best Regards,
Wearsky
If my post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help others. Thanks.

 

samuelJ
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I guess when you make a change to the flow, you have to "re-import" it again from Action > Power Automate > Flow.  I just made the change and thought it would auto update.  

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