Hi @mjbcruz ,
I made a test, created a PowerApps custom form with a flow, and it worked for other members. The only difference is that it requires the permission of the SharePoint connection, but yours not. I believe this is the cause of issue.
I suggest you try to share the Flow to other members to check if this issue is fixed.
1. Go to Power Automate, select the Flow you used
2. Click Share, add a User or Group
If this still doesn't work, please re-create a flow and try again to check if your issue is fixed.
I am trying to call flow from my PowerApp, This flow will add attachment to the list item but calling this flow from PowerApp button is generating error.
Can anyone please help me find out the solution for this issue?
I'm also running into the same issue, popped up yesterday out of nowhere and I can't seem to find a fix that works. So far I've tried:
So far none of these have worked, but according to most of the solutions out there removing / re-adding should have done the trick. I have no problem running the flows from the PowerApp Studio, the issue only pops up when I use the PowerApp from a mobile device.
Same here.This error started to pop up yesterday afternoon and other shared users of the app is unable to execute the flow. The issue is replicable in brand new apps and flows that I recreated.
I've got this issue on 1 of 2 buttons inside the same app.
One button triggers a flow to get a SharePoint PDF and show it back in the app (failing)
The other button Gets a docx from SharePoint, creates a new file in OneDrive, saves a PDF version back to SharePoint, so both are connected to SharePoint and only 1 fails, which makes no sense.
Strangely, Button 1 that is failing works when I'm in the browser in design mode but fails to work on mobile.
What I've done:
I've rebuilt the entire flow from scratch
I've deleted the SharePoint connection from the flow and re-added
Deleted the flow button connection with the PowerApp (multiple times)
Saved the app, re-published
Wiped cache and logged out and back in on mobile
Forgot to mention, I'm using the "Get file content using Path" SharePoint connection in Button 1.
Also, Android mobile.
I resolved my issue by doing the following:
1. In Flow, created a new connection within the SharePoint block of my flow. Select the 3 dots, new connection.
2. Then in PowerApps, removed the Button action from connections (make sure you copy your code on the button action as when you reconnect the button to the flow, it wipes all the code out!).
3. Re-added the button action to connect back to my flow, pasted in my copied code from above step, saved and published.
4. Happy days!
Same problem here - invoking a PowerAutomate flow from a Powerapp button. Works fine when testing through powerapps studio but all users get the same error when doing it from the app (only tested on android so far).
The flow creates a new attachment for a list item in sharepoint.
SharePoint connector is the same one being used across the app.
Actions I've taken:
Nothing fixed it.
Any feedback from MS on this one? We have the same issue (that started this morning without any modifications to the APP). Our APP triggers a flow with a connection to a SQL db. When using the APP and triggering the flow via a browser all is working fine, but via either the mobile android or IOS apps, it is throwing an error
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