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RakeshSarangi
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Apply for Each is very slow to execute

Hi,

 

I am using GetItems to get records from a Sharepoint List and then using Apply for Each to loop through the records. My observation is that the Flow gets stuck up in Apply for Each and takes 30 mins for looping through 150 records.

 

Any help is appreciated for improving the performance of the Flow

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Re: Apply for Each is very slow to execute

Hi @RakeshSarangi,

 

If you have too many requests come at the same time, this situation might appear. Please try to add a Delay action to this flow to test if this could help.

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Mona

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Community Support Team

Re: Apply for Each is very slow to execute

Hi @RakeshSarangi,

 

If you have too many requests come at the same time, this situation might appear. Please try to add a Delay action to this flow to test if this could help.

Capture.PNG

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Infiniti33
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Re: Apply for Each is very slow to execute

Hi,

 

I am also experiencing a significant slowdown when my flows hit apply to each to loop through records from Get Items. Where does the Delay action get added in?

 

Thank you

SteenJakobsen
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Re: Apply for Each is very slow to execute

You can perform GetItems on 10,000 items in 4 seconds and update all 10,000 items in ❤️ minutes

using Fusion from No-Code Solution.

 

The Fusion job can be initiated from Flow and you can pass in parameters including Site URL and List name.

Also Fusion automatically persists the version number and the values in Modified, ModifiedBy

 

Flow takes 1 hour and 10 minutes to complete the same action with maximum paralelims enabled.

- And Flow generates a new version and overwrites Modified & ModifiedBy.

 

 

Quite and extension to Flow I think 🙂

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