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Series of unusual errors

Hi, I'm on step 3 of creating a custom connector (Definition).

When I click Create connector, first I get error:

Encountered internal server error from Azure Resource Manager. The tracking Id is 'b4009573-f124-448c-81e5-f5afd1ad3f01'.


Then when I try again, I get the message:

'Connector already exists'


I'm not sure where all these connectors are being saved.

After a couple of attempts, a connector is finally saved (I got to version 3 of the naming convention) but when I test it, I get an error 

'Request failed. Please try again in a few minutes."

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Series of unusual errors

Hi @Anonymous,


I have seen the same issues on other threads. A workaround I got is “Strip incoming swagger file of any tags if you don’t need them”.

Please take a try with it.

Further, please check the following doc for a reference on Create a custom connector from an OpenAPI definition:

I will try to help report it on my side.


Best regards,


Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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