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TiagoFreire
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Re: Pass variable from powerapps to flow

I find it less error-prone, rather than dealing with concats and splits, to use JSON to pass the parameters. 

 

On PowerApps, I just use JSON() to convert to a JSON string.

On Power Automate (formerly Flow), I ask for single Params parameter. I use Parse JSON, that converts it into an object that can be referenced down the flow. 

 

That might do away with those parsing errors and simplify your Flow logic. 

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johnom
Level: Powered On

Re: Pass variable from powerapps to flow

Ok, thanks for the info

The phrase 'error prone ' is concerning

Not familiar with JSON - better get swotting

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