I have a flow that worked consistently until about an hour ago. No changes to the flow have been made, and testing the flow with old data works fine.
The flow reads from a Microsoft Form submission and posts to our internal team chat.
Is there an outage or some kind of key I need to refresh?
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Same issue for me. None of my many Form submission flows are triggering. Tried re-logging into the connection. Log in was successful, but still nothing's triggering.
Hate to pile on...but I am having the same issue with a Forms to Excel SP trigger I built. Worked flawlessly until today. It is kind of an important part of an overall task, so it would be cool if we could get an answer
Same : history tests all work, but nothing from production is working.
@MSPowerAutomate Twitter Account :: looks like an ongoing issue over the last 24 or so hours.
Same for me.
specifically when pulling the info from the submitted form:
The execution of template action 'Apply_to_each' failed: the result of the evaluation of 'foreach' expression '@triggerOutputs()?['body/resourceData/responseId']' is of type 'Integer'. The result must be a valid array.
New responses to Microsoft forms are no longer triggering flow. This was working fine until this morning.
Please let us know when this will be up!
Adding to the pile.
Was working as of 9:36 am EST - then stopped beyond that.
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No ETA - The update email I just received stated "We found that it’s a global outage as its reported by other customer. Product team is currently working on it. I’ve have cascaded our case to them. It’s on our high priority."
There is an advisory issued for it now: Current Status: After our investigation, we identified an abnormally high spike in failed form submission calls within the Service Bus infrastructure responsible for form call processing. We are analyzing Service Bus infrastructure telemetry to isolate the source of impact and determine our next troubleshooting steps.
Obviously, it'd be better that this get fixed fast, but in the meantime, these will help you know when responses are submitted and even get to the data (without looking at individual responses).
I'm also not sure what will happen to flows that should have fired during the outage. Will they fire when the issue is fixed? I'd guess not, but could be wrong.