I have a Power Automate Flow that goes through and gets approvals throughout a department and at the end is suppose to update a document in a SharePoint document library to approved and though creating a new major version. At the start it successfully sets the document to submitted. I have the library setting set to
The account used to run the test is an owner so permissions also should be an issue. I've reached my wits end. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
There are a few common issues for 502 errors, which includes:
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Hi. I stripped down my flow to the barebones of getting the document from SharePoint, getting the metadata for the eTag and then submitting & approving. With that straight flow it worked. When I put conditional break and parallels paths back in, the flow it times back out with the 502 error when it get to set content approval status to approve.
I've also started getting these. I have a flow that updates an Excel online workbook about 400-500 times a day max. from text withing Outlook online email bodies, with possibly 2 or 3 per minute. However, I've added a delay in the code to spread these out by 66 seconds (thinking it was a per minute limit) but I'm still getting the errors and seeing them with differences of 8 minutes between each trigger.
My columns are formatting correct, also I can resubmit the flows and they work fine. User credentials are correct as well.
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