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lee-martin
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Locate where PA flow is triggered from in Canvas App

I've a Canvas App which has a flow which is failing some of the time. 

 

It's a largish app which I'm new to - is there an easy way to find out where this flow is triggered from?

 

Thanks

 

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@lee-martin 

Yes, you can find it quickly!  First, go to your Settings in your app and then to Upcoming Features and make sure you have the "Search" feature turned on.  

Once it is on, you will now have a magnifying-glass/search icon on the left pane.  Click on that and then type the name of your flow.  

It will then show you every place that it is used.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

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StretchFredrik
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The flow trigger from powerapps usually look like this "Flowname.Run(Parameters)" see if you can find it in your app.

lee-martin
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@StretchFredrik  - thank you for you response.

 

I do know what to look for, but the app is large, so I am asking if there is a short cut to find where it is used rather than looking through the entire app systematically.

StretchFredrik
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Super User

I'm afraid you cant, the only thing you can get an overview of is variables.

@lee-martin 

Yes, you can find it quickly!  First, go to your Settings in your app and then to Upcoming Features and make sure you have the "Search" feature turned on.  

Once it is on, you will now have a magnifying-glass/search icon on the left pane.  Click on that and then type the name of your flow.  

It will then show you every place that it is used.

 

I hope this is helpful for you.

_____________________________________________________________________________________
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Check out my PowerApps Videos too! And, follow me on Twitter @RandyHayes

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@RandyHayes  - thank you

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