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Filsdegandalf
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Issue while exporting a powerapp

Hello,

 

While trying to export my Powerapps i'm getting the following error : 

 

The provided flow 'xxxxxxd-b39c-4fe4-90f5-xxxxxxxx' has been deleted.

 

I tried to open do some change and resave my Powerapps but the issue persit.

 

While editing the flows from my powerapps, i can see only flow that  i used.

 

Can you please help?

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In the app, go to view, data sources, and delete the old flow there.

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v-micsh-msft
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Community Support

Hi @Filsdegandalf,

 

Thanks for the feedback.

Could you please explain a bit for the the Flow added in the App, before and after the export action?

The Flow added in PowerApps sometimes won't update its structure once modified, we need to delete the old Flow and add another newly created one to workaround this.

Which I think your issue should be related with that.

 

Regards,

Michael

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Hello Michael @v-micsh-msft ,

 

I'm not getting which kind of explanation your looking for 😕

 

I tried to export my power apps.. but i'm getting that error, the flow currently attached to it, is working well but not the export of the bundle.

 

I'm aware that sometimes we need to recreate the flow to get an updated structure, but the error looks an old reference not removed from the powerapps to an old flow attached to it.

 

Thanks for your help.

Hello Michael @v-micsh-msft ,

 

I'm not getting which kind of explanation your looking for 😕

 

I tried to export my power apps.. but i'm getting that error, the flow currently attached to it, is working well but not the export of the bundle.

 

I'm aware that sometimes we need to recreate the flow to get an updated structure, but the error looks an old reference not removed from the powerapps to an old flow attached to it.

 

Thanks for your help.

In the app, go to view, data sources, and delete the old flow there.

stapes
Impactful Individual
Impactful Individual

@dave-jorgensen 

Didn't work for me. Deleted all references to the flow in the editor and the error persists. What a waste of time?

Hello,

 

I'm facing the same error. Please let me know if you found a solution?

I've experienced this issue and have been able to solve this! 

PowerApps builds a connection when connecting an Automate Flow to your app. You can find it in the sources under 'in your app' on the left. You will have to remove it by selecting the three dots and select delete. 

gjeh
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

there is an easy by pass for this. I'm receiving the error aswel and i deleted all the deleted flow connections from my app but *as expected* it still isn't working to export... all very typical ofcourse. However i found a way around it which is very easy.

 

If you select the app among your apps and then in the top bar select 'Add to Teams' you can export from the tab that is shown without the error showing. 

 

edit: i tried uploading the package which also gave an error. However after waiting a good 20-30 minutes after deleting all the flows from my app + saving it + republishing it i was able to export the package the usual way.

sgoyal
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I am stuck with this issue 2nd time. When you delete a flow which was once used in the app and even after you remove the flow reference from your app itself, when you try to export your app it slaps you with "The provided flow "guid" has been deleted. We reached out to Microsoft support  and the resolution they provided to save the app locally and import it back to cloud. It worked for us but it's far from an ideal solution. 

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