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Jovalles
Advocate II
Advocate II

String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.

I have a list 1 in powershell that i add items, I has other list named IT. 

I have a powerapp form made in mi list 1, in this form i create a flow that is triggered when i push the botton send, this botton save the data in the .list 1, what i want with my flow is when i push the botton send make a copy of this record or item in the list IT, i create the flow and i have this error can you help me, i attach the image.

 

Error: String was not recognized as a valid DateTime.
clientRequestId: 4839c508-2dbf-4bc1-b747-c717a33ae0d9
serviceRequestId: 4839c508-2dbf-4bc1-b747-c717a33ae0d9

 

 

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Hi @Jovalles ,

A bit of a mystery - as long as there is a date in the field and the Flow is expecting a date (you might look at this side), then you are correct - it should work. Have another look at your Flow on the second date criteria.

uiqbal_Indigo
Advocate I
Advocate I

I have the same issue, Ive re-created the flow and changed the date value to .SelectedDate but still errors out. The flow works perfectly fine without the date field.

uiqbal_Indigo_0-1601571993952.png

 

HI @uiqbal_Indigo 
I have this same issue any Idea??? 

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