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Visual Studio Team Services connector issues.

 

 

I have three visual studio online projects namely "EUHA18", "Dingo" and QATeam". I have two flows, one each for EUHA18 and Dingo projects, they are as following :

 

For each Product Backlog Item (PBI) or Bug in EUHA18 or Dingo project if the state is changed to 'QA' then create a new corresponding workitem of same type in QATeam backlog with project name as Tags and send an email to specific email id's..

 

The issue I am facing :-

if any workitem is updated (PBI or Bug) in either EUHA18 or Dingo, then both the flows get executed and two duplicate workitems get created the the QATeam backlog with different tags.

 

Both the flows share a common vusial studio connector.

 

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Hi @Otometrics

 

Could you please share a full screenshot of the configuration of your flow?

Could you please share more details about the error message?

 

Please share more details so we would try to provide a proper workaround for you.

 

Best regards,

Alice

Hello Alice,

 

There is no error as such. Only that I get two items created in my destination backlog (one original and one duplicate, as dipected in earlier screenshots) and both the flows run even when item in only one backlog is updated. Refer attachments.EUHA18 Flow.jpgerror.jpgerror1.jpgerror2.jpgerror3.jpgDingo Flow.jpg

Hello Alice,

 

There is no error as such, only that two items get created in my destination backlog (1 original and 1 duplicate, ref. shceenshot in earlier reply) and both the flows run everytime, even when workitem in only one of the source backlog is updated. Have attached flow screenshots.

Dingo Flow.jpgEUHA18 Flow.jpg

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