cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Reply
larivibi
Advocate III
Advocate III

"Register error" for a FLOW asking for an Array value in PowerApps

From PowerApps, I create a Flow from a button (OnSelect).
In that Flow the only command I do is "Initialise a variable" of type Array.
Then, in the Value field of "Initialise a variable", I put "Ask in PowerApps". So far so good.
Now, when I try to connect my flow to the button (by going to the menu bar of PowerApps / Actions / Flows / Then select the new flow I just created, I get a "Register Error".
I have tried a dozen times. Every time the same result.

However, Is I do the same thing, but Initialising a String or Object variable, Everything works flawlessly.
Anybody else has the same issue ?

Any workaround for this ?
8 REPLIES 8
ltabosa
Regular Visitor

I had the same problem with Array variable. Did you find the answer?

Anonymous
Not applicable

I have the same problem.

zac1
Advocate II
Advocate II

Same issue here, no one have a work around?

AdrianMitroiu
Helper I
Helper I

Same here. No answers yet ?

No answers yet.

I went the long way, concatenating the array, then re-splitting it when necessary...

Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi All,

 

I have found a "solved" post that may help. Please review the detailed response from our Customer Support Team in the following thread:

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/General-Discussion/Registering-error-when-trying-to-add-a-Flow-t...

 

@Anonymous

The answer pretty much sums up what I responded earlier. Only the String variable works at the moment.
So by passing a string and splitting it later works. But creating an array variable doesn't work yet.
ericonline
Community Champion
Community Champion

Any update on this? Is it still not possible to create an array from PowerApps trigger? 

Is it on a backlog somewhere or will it never happen? There are a LOT of people facing this issue.

Helpful resources

Announcements
Super User 2 - 2022 Congratulations 768x460.png

Welcome Super Users

The Super User program for 2022 - Season 2 has kicked off!

Power Platform Conf 2022 768x460.jpg

Join us for Microsoft Power Platform Conference

The first Microsoft-sponsored Power Platform Conference is coming in September. 100+ speakers, 150+ sessions, and what's new and next for Power Platform.

<
Users online (3,090)