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AnthonyPhan
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PowerApps - Unable to Export Package

Hi,

I am trying to export/download my app but I am recieving an error messege:

The provided flow '6af5f189-929f-49f7-80b6-54d8e3c2e416' has been deleted.

 

 

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v-monli-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @AnthonyPhan,

 

Are you exporting an app package or a flow? Since from your error it seems that it is saying it's a flow. But your screenshot shows that you are exporting an app. Or did you start a flow in this app?

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

I am exporting an app package, hence my confusion why a flow would cause this issue. Note the app does trigger some flows. 

Dexx3336
Helper II
Helper II

I am also getting the same error. 
i have created a app in my D365 Trial and had used the flow. I deleted the flow from Business Logic -> Flows.

I want to use this App into my new  D365 trial. When i try to export this app, it shows the same error.

Is m missing some thing ?How i can export such app package???

 

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

Getting this error while trying to export application . Flows Used inside the App is existing there on the enviornment 

 

 

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Teaners26
Helper I
Helper I

I am having this error also.  How do I find out which flow this is referencing.

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Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi All,

 

A user had a similar issue. Here is the accepted solution. If this does not solve your issue, please reply back and we will research further. 

 

As an alternative solution, you could consider take a try to list your data using Gallery instead of Data table within your app. If you want to get all records displayed within the Gallery control, you could use the following formula:

Gallery1.AllItems   /* <-- return a Table value */

In addition, if you want to pass all records (Table value) within the Gallery into your flow, you could consider take a try to concatenate all column values into a single one string with a specific separator (e.g. '#').

Please check and see if the following blog would help in your scenario:

https://www.techmikael.com/2017/05/saving-collection-of-images-from.html

 

@Anonymous 

Im not sure that this will help.  This thread is looking to export the app package not using a collection.  I am confused.

Anonymous
Not applicable

I had the same error, it was because I had older versions of certain flows still connected to the application that I needed to delete.

 

To delete the old flows in your app goto View -> DataSources and remove the older versions of the flows (it will say something like "logic flow" below the name instead of the actual flow name).

 

 

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Valid Flow (had the flow name under it)Valid Flow (had the flow name under it)

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