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Unable to Export PowerApp due to reference to Deleted Flow

I am unable to Export a canvas app due to PowerApps holding on to a reference to a Flow that no longer eixsts. How can I clear this reference from ther PowerApp? This leaves me stuck being unable to export form dev environment and import into uat.

Please help!

 

@Audrie-MSFT 

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Re: Unable to Export PowerApp due to reference to Deleted Flow

Hi @mcolbert ,

Do you add a flow connection within your canvas app?

 

Currently, as an fixed solution, please consider take a try to delete/remove the flow connection from your canvas app, then re-publish your app, then take a try with the "Export" functionality, check if the issue is solved:2.JPG

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Re: Unable to Export PowerApp due to reference to Deleted Flow

@v-xida-msft 

 

That's exactly the problem, the flow DOES NOT appear in the list to be able to remove it. I am stuck. And I was up against a time crunch becuase it was expiring. That has since happened, the environment is now gone so I can't fix it and I've lost my changes in DEV.

 

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Helper IV

Re: Unable to Export PowerApp due to reference to Deleted Flow

HI,

 

ANy help on this please ?

 

Do we have any solution from team to get around this issue.

teh deleted flo's reference is not there in powerapp so what should i remove now ? how do i clean my powerapp from thsi reference ?

i do not want to rbuild teh app from scartch. its a huge effort involved

 

 

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