I am building a flow, which it starts with
-when a new row is generated in SharePoint then a triggers the flow in PowerAutomate
(Side note: PowerApps is the user interface for this whole process, user submits a form through PowerApps and then it generates the row in SharePoint)
-Then flow then gets all the information that is required and convert it into JSON form then talks to a web page to submit the form using API
there are times when the flow is triggered (haven't had any failure in this part) but for some reasons, the flow sometimes could fail in the part at the step of talking to the website through API and the error would say "bad request".
when it happens (so at the step where http fails) then all the actions after that would stop. I set the e-mail notification action after http, which it doesn't work since the flow stops when the http action fails.
Is there anyway that I can set an action within that flow to send me an e-mail (or I would put the error message within the e-mail action) so I can capture when someone tries to submit a form but the form doesn't actually reach the website.
Thank you in advance for your help, any guidance would be appreciated!
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I'm also wondering if there is a way to include the Error Details in the automated email. It seems that with the addition of sending an email upon a flow failing, that flow is then marked as successful overall, so I'm not sure an easy way to track down the original failed flow and error if I want to utilize the email notification, other than maybe matching the run time with the email time.
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