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azureDevOps httprequest

Hi.

I'm trying to make a request with the AzureDevOps connector and is says the return type is boolean.

can anyone help?

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Re: azureDevOps httprequest

Hi @ilton,

 

My suggestion for this would be to use this connector through Flow to retrieve the Azure DevOps data you need, and then populate your PowerApps collections with the retrieved data and using the collections as data sources. 

Based on user experience reported in the forums, I believe that for now the HTTP Request action is only serving for POST methods, so as a workaround you can use the suggestion provided above, as you are able to use this connector properly through Flow.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Regards,

Ricardo

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Re: azureDevOps httprequest

Hi @ilton

 

Did you verify what is stored inside the collection after sending the HTTP Request?

 

Additionally, try to see if you might be missing to reference in that action the request content and the encoding. The connector documentation for this specific action can be referenced here.

 

If you are not able to use the HTTP Request from PowerApps you could attempt to use this connector in Flow instead to retrieve the data you want, and then display it in Powerapps.


You have a community poste here which has some tips on using Azure DevOps connector that might be of use to you.

 

 

Hope this helps!

 

Regards,

Ricardo

 

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Re: azureDevOps httprequest

Hi @rimatos 

The stored value is true

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Re: azureDevOps httprequest

I Was able to do this using the same connector in power flow

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Re: azureDevOps httprequest

Hi @ilton,

 

My suggestion for this would be to use this connector through Flow to retrieve the Azure DevOps data you need, and then populate your PowerApps collections with the retrieved data and using the collections as data sources. 

Based on user experience reported in the forums, I believe that for now the HTTP Request action is only serving for POST methods, so as a workaround you can use the suggestion provided above, as you are able to use this connector properly through Flow.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Regards,

Ricardo

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