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License for a flow using HTTP, when the flow is triggered by PowerApp

Hi,

 

I have a PowerApp, which are working within the limits of my organisations O365 license. This PowerApp is triggering a flow which uses a premium connector (HTTP). Which license would be needed?

Will all users need a PowerApp or PowerAutomate license, or is it only the author of the flow that needs a PowerAutomate license? 

 

Scenario 1:

PowerApp trigger Flow, which run a HTTP action.

 

Scenario 2:

PowerApp trigger Flow1 which saves a file in OneDrive.

Flow2 is triggered by a new file in OneDrive folder. The action is to send a HTTP request and delete the file in OneDrive.

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Re: License for a flow using HTTP, when the flow is triggered by PowerApp

@DanWulff 

 

When Power App triggers a flow all the users running the Power App will require the premium license for the http action

 

If the flow is triggered automatically (and not from Power App) - in that case the account owner for the flow would need the premium license.

 

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Re: License for a flow using HTTP, when the flow is triggered by PowerApp

@DanWulff 

 

When Power App triggers a flow all the users running the Power App will require the premium license for the http action

 

If the flow is triggered automatically (and not from Power App) - in that case the account owner for the flow would need the premium license.

 

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Re: License for a flow using HTTP, when the flow is triggered by PowerApp

@RezaDorrani Great.

So that means I would only need one power automate license if I create the scenario 2 setup.

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