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PowerApps error when workflow is run "InvokerConnectionOverrideFailed" on Sharepoint

I have a Sharepoint custom form in PowerApps. In the OnSuccess of the form it's calling a workflow in Power Automate when a new Sharepoint list item is created. As the main owner of the workflow I was able to successfully run the workflow with no issues upon creation of new item, however when a different users is creating an item the workflow doesn't seem to run and I got this error message "ApprovalWorkflow.Run failed: { "code": "InvokerConnectionOverrideFailed", "message": "Failed to parse invoker connections from trigger 'manual' outputs. Exception: Could not find any valid connection for connection reference name 'shared_sharepointonline' in APIM tokens header." }". I already tried removing the workflow from the app and adding it again but i'm still getting the same error. The workflow uses an Approval, Sharepoint and Outlook connection.
I also tried saving a copy of the workflow and removing the old workflow from the powerapps and adding the new one. But I'm still getting the same error for other users (except me). One thing I notice when a new user accesses the app the prompt for permission is only for Approvals and Outlook, there was no prompt for Sharepoint permission.
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Just had this issue, I think was caused by the user of one of the connections being deleted - or the connection ownership being updated.


Anyway you'll know this is an issue if the Flow isn't listed under Apps -> Details -> Flows.


I fixed this by exporting the flow, importing as a brand new flow (renamed) and then adding the Flow in as a new Flow to the App (Actions -> Power Automate -> Create new Flow). You can then simply manually amend the code to use the new flow without your code being deleted.

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Advocate II

@REvans-PEG thank you,

this worked for me.

Remove and re-add the Flow in the App solved the issue for me

What an absolute crock of sh*t everything to do with Power Platform ALM is. Microsoft should be ashamed of themselves pushing this half-baked cr*p on us.

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