OnSuccess is meant to trigger a flow that = PMRequestsAPPROVEDSubmissions.Run(GalleryRequestList.Selected.ID, GalleryRequestList.Selected.Title, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ApproverComments, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ProjectLead.DisplayName, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ProjRequestorEmail, GalleryRequestList.Selected.Title, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ProjectRequestor, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ProjectApprover.DisplayName, EditRequestForm.LastSubmit.ApproverComments)
The user doesn't receive any notification that the OnSuccess properties don't run.
I will add that my "Submit" button is in a popup and not in the "EditRequestForm" or in the main part of the "EditRequestFormScreen". Does that matter?
It's possible the flow and the app have become 'disconnected'.
Things get a bit icky if you make too many changes after initially setting up the flow, and to fix it you have to remove the flow and add it back in again. But be aware that this will wipe your existing OnSelect code, so copy that somewhere to refer to when setting it back up.
That said, before you do that you should be able to see an error message if you edit the app and try to execute the flow yourself using the button in edit mode. You should also be able to look at the run history for the flow.
One thing to be aware of also is that if you call a Flow from within a PowerApp, it will attempt to run the flow using the credentials of the user of the app at that time - NOT the credentials saved in your flow.
In addition, please also check if you have created a valid connection from your app to your flow. Please consider take a try to re-create a new connection to your flow from your app, then try your formula agian, check if the issue is solved.
Please also make sure you have provided proper value for arguments of the PMRequestsAPPROVEDSubmissions.Run() function.
Community Support Team _ Kris Dai If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.