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Lugowskk
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HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

Hi All,

 

just noticed that the HTTP connector is now dispalyed as Premium which is strange as it is still available in the Build-in connectors section.

Anyone knows if the HTTP connector really has become Premium or this is only issue with displaying it as Premium one ? 

 

 

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Super User
Super User

Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

@Lugowskk 

 

The http connector has indeed become Premium.

However, MSFT did stae that you only need to be P1 licensed for the flow creator and anyone using the flow would not need to be licensed for P1

 

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Flow-Community-Blog/Licensing-Updates-to-Microsoft-Flo...

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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Erick
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Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

In the Microsoft Communication of Dec 2018 it was not clear that the HTTP connector could only be used by P1 or P2 users. It only mentions 'HTTP Custom actions integrated into Flow outside SharePoint and OneDrive.' Is the HTTP action included in these actions? 

Super User
Super User

Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

@Erick 

 

'HTTP Custom actions integrated into Flow outside SharePoint and OneDrive.'  - related to the native SharePoint http and OneDrive actions

 

The http action itself is premium

 

Regards,

Reza

 

Erick
Level: Powered On

Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

Hi Reza,

 

Thanks for replying.


I didn't know the action 'Send an HTTP request to SharePoint' and will it use it now because it is exactly what I need!

I have been using HTTP request only for changing permissions on files, folders and items in SharePoint.

Super User
Super User

Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

@Eric 

 

A new Flow action was recently released for setting permissions

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So you would not even need the http SharePoint action

 

Regards,

Reza Dorrani

 

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GeorgiosG
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Re: HTTP connector displayed as Premium one

Hi together,

 

I need a bit more visibility through this process from switching from "Free" to "Premium".

 

For me it is now clear that the HTTP-Connector is from 1st February 2019 a Premium one.

Why was it then not visualized with the "Premium" Information in the Gallery ? Why does this happen now?

 

Also there is no 100% Visibility for this to me, there is no Paragraph in the website anymore

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/webcontents/#/providers/microsoft.powerapps/apis/shared_...

 

- it is also not in the Premium Tab (it is in Built in)

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- There is also no "Learn more" Link

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In my opinion the "Premium" Info had to be visible from 1st February on, I am thinking about all the flows created between February (or Nov 2018 when it was announced) and Now (Feb 2020)....

 

Can someone please give me here clearness ?

 

Best Regards!

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