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gazzo1967
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Help Issue with Running a Power Automate via OnSelect (bug?)

Hi All
Has anyone run across this issue?

Scenario
I have an app with a button onscreen which i would like to trigger a Power Automate.
The issue i have is that when i add the flow it is asking for non-existent parameters!!

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After Run the only parameter should be 'emailsend_Value' which in my case will be Emai_text.text = USER().email.

Actions taken

  • I have removed it from the Powerapp
  • I have exported then deleted the Flow in Power Automate
  • I have saved the Powerapp and closed it then closed the browser including clearing the cache.
  • I have then imported the Power Automate flow different name.
  • I have then opened an incognito browser and reopened the Power App
  • added the new imported/renamed Flow
  • Then added a new button
  • Added the Flow to OnSellect

    and GUESS WHAT!!!
    It Does the same thing!
    Any ideas Anyone?
    I do not want to rebuild my Power App!!!

    Regards Gary

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gazzo1967
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@v-yujincui-msft 
I solved it by re-building the Power Automate.
Is it me or is The platform have a few bugs since last update?

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v-yujincui-msft
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Hi @gazzo1967 ,

 

Could you please provide some screenshots of your Flow setting?

How many parameters have you defined in Flow? If you only need one parameter, maybe you could try as follows.

vyujincuimsft_0-1664332412397.png

In addition, maybe you could try to refresh the connection.

vyujincuimsft_2-1664332450930.png

 

 

Best Regards,

Charlie Choi

gazzo1967
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@v-yujincui-msft 
I solved it by re-building the Power Automate.
Is it me or is The platform have a few bugs since last update?

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