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Run Azure Function app (HTTPTrigger CSharp Function) using MS Flow

Hi All,

The ask is to,

#1 Process Azure analysis services model using Azure Functions (HTTPTrigger CSharp Function) - It is Working

#2 Call/ Invoke/ trigger the Azure Functions using the functions URL in MS Flow - Help needed

#3 Invoke the MS Flow into PowerApps "Button" event - on click - Help needed


So when a button in PowerApps is clicked → Flow needs to trigger → and the invoked flow needs to process the AAS model.


If anyone have encountered it kindly assist me with this.

Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Re: Run Azure Function app (HTTPTrigger CSharp Function) using MS Flow

Hey @gauthambr 


Can you share the Flow that you have built so far or facing any errors or issues with it?


If the Azure function is a static one (I mean there is not much to change over there and you just send some parametrs and get some outputs), I would suggest creating a custom connector for that and it can be used on both PowerApps and Flow. More details on how to create a custom connector: 


Hope this Helps!


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Re: Run Azure Function app (HTTPTrigger CSharp Function) using MS Flow

@gauthambr , Please refer to this article on C# corner to know about the sample about how to call a Azure function from Microsoft Flow. This should give some light about implementing your scenario... This Azure function can also be directly called from PowerApps as well...


Following is the link which gives an example about creating a Azure function and using it as custom connector to both PoweApps and Microsoft Flow...

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