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PowerApps not calling the Power Automate flow

Hello Community,


I am trying to call a Power Automate flow on OnSelect of a button.

But, sometimes the app is not calling the flow and sometimes it does.

In preview mode it is calling the flow everytime I click the button, but when I play the app in edit mode, it is not calling the flow properly, sometimes it calls and sometimes it doesn't. 


Below is my code for flow on OnSelect of the button.

    galSurveyTemplate.Selected.'Source survey identifier',
            'Customer Voice survey email templates',
            'Source survey identifier' = galSurveyTemplate.Selected.'Source survey identifier'
    ).'Survey email template',



Could anyone please help me on how could I fix this issue?


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Ok so this is the problem. HTTP connector is a premium connector now, so you will not be able to use it unless you/O365 admin have purchased it. 

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Hi @Anonymous , when you play the app and the app does not call the flow, can you see any error message in the edit mode again?
Also, it will be helpful if you could share the flow which you are trying to call from the app.

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Hi @JamesYumnam, Thanks for responding.


Actually, I am not getting any error neither in the flow nor in the PowerApps.

There is no error messages.


After clicking the button, PowerApps keeps on processing (those 5 little dots on top) and subsequently we are forced to restart the PowerApps.

P.s: The flow is quite large as well as confidential to paste here

Any idea why is it happening?



Can you check whether the flow at least gets started. You can check the same in Flow Run History. If so, then your PowerApp is timing out while waiting for flow to finish its work. Default Timeout for PowerApp is 2 mins and unfortunately it cannot be changed.

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Hello @Moreshwar ,

I checked in Flow Run History, it is not even starting.

Ok in that case best would be to remove flow association from PowerApp and then readd it. This does the trick most of the times.

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I am getting this error when I am trying to reconnect the flow to PowerApps again.

Ok so this is the problem. HTTP connector is a premium connector now, so you will not be able to use it unless you/O365 admin have purchased it. 

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