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Status 400 error message when trying to update a record in D365FO

Hi,

I try to update a record in D365FO through flow.

Already double check the entities, object ID and so on and ensured that I can update my D365FO record.

There seems to be no limitation from the D365FO site and everything looks fine to me.

Yet, when I run the flow, I get the error message

 "status"400,
  "message""An error has occurred.  No resources were found when selecting for update.\r\nclientRequestId: 9a95ccba-fa99-4931-a307-9314fd0ef506"

Any idea what I can do to get this fixed?

Best regards,

Ludwig

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Re: Status 400 error message when trying to update a record in D365FO

Hi,

After doing a lot of additional testing I finally found the mistake.

The problem was that the object ID consisted of 4 elements that were separated by a comma.

Removing the blanks after the comma fixed my issue.

It took me almost half day to find that Smiley Sad

BR,

Ludwig

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Re: Status 400 error message when trying to update a record in D365FO

Hi @ludwig,

 

Would you please share the detailed configuration of your flow? Please attach some screenshots if possible.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: Status 400 error message when trying to update a record in D365FO

Hi,

After doing a lot of additional testing I finally found the mistake.

The problem was that the object ID consisted of 4 elements that were separated by a comma.

Removing the blanks after the comma fixed my issue.

It took me almost half day to find that Smiley Sad

BR,

Ludwig

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