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Get List of Connectors in use

Hi

 

Looking at getting some solution togetther in flow to help Admon Govern what the users are creating.

 

Is there a connetor that will list the connections used in a Flow & PowerApp (and list the using Flow/PowerApp)

or is this something that requires PowerShell or Security & compliance access.

I hav eflow s that can list newlay created Flows and apps, but what to get in to detail on each Flow and App and list connections used.

 

Any help guidance on this wold be great...

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Re: Get List of Connectors in use

@TonyMcg1 

Hi there.  You may want to check out John Liu's app, Flow Studio.  It's great for managing multiple Flows.

 

-Ed-

 

 

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Re: Get List of Connectors in use

@edgonzales 

 

Thank you, I have been in contact with John Liu, Flow Studio looks great, but as an enterprise there are security concerns that need to be approved before giving consent to our data to an external party.

Looking to get simular pieces in place internally, and it whould be possible, just wondering if there are details avilable to show how.

at the moment just looking for a way to will list the connections used in a Flow & PowerApp (and list the using Flow/PowerApp)

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Re: Get List of Connectors in use

Hi @TonyMcg1 ,

 

There is no any function is microsoft flow/apps could list the connections used in a Flow & PowerApp.

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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Re: Get List of Connectors in use

@v-alzhan-msft 

whith the 'powerapps for admins' connector

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/connectors/powerappsforadmins/#get-connections-as-admin

the 'Get connections as admin' Action seems to return Flow name, Displayname... and looks to also list connection parameters and list each connection used in the flow.

Then havin gth FLow name ID, I'm sure we can trace back to user.

 

Would you agree with this or is there an issue here with this idea?

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