About 4 weeks ago, I created a simplistic on-premise ASP.NET Web API 2.0 solution and I could successfully use it in a Flow via the On-premises data gateway.
But now, I get the following error when testing the connection:
"message": "No matching shared key found",
I followed the steps here: https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/on-premise-apis/
but I can't figure out where the issue is now.
I'm not using Authentication to keep things simple for the test.
Since I'm following the same steps as 4 weeks ago, I'm assuming something has changed on the Flow side and a bug might have been introduced.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi @BarryBarkley ,
Could you try to recreate the connector to see if it will work?
If the issue still exists, please feel free post back.
Im having the same issue on a custom connector which i recreated multiple times. It returns "No matching shared key found (401)". I opened a case and waiting for a reponse. Case# 119022221000897
It seems somthing wrong with custom connectors engine since I am fasing exact;y the same issue. At the same time I am able to get data via on-premise gateway inside "Data integration projects".
I've created issue in PowerApp support (119030222000246) several days ago but didn't get any response.
Did you found solution? I had a call with support and their answer was it is something wrong with your service. It was actually pretty strange since I can consume data in integration project for the same gateway.
@BarryBarkley Did you found solution? I had a call with support and their answer was it is something wrong with your service. It was pretty strange since I can consume data in integration project for the same gateway. So they offered me to find someone who know how it works
Did you find solution for this issue?
I set up On-permises Data Gateway 5 days ago. It used to work back then. Since yesterday I am having the same issue. I've tried couple of things, but so far no success.
Unfortunately, I haven't found a solution yet.
Luckily my issue isn't critical yet as I was merely testing the process to do a demo to colleagues.
The custom connector I built before the issue started, still works in production, but I can't build new ones.
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