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To know Flow is succesful

Hi guys,


How to know the flow we created is running successfully, in the Flow's step it self ? 

So let say I create Flow that read an Excel file that will insert records in SQL. It did succeed, now I intend that if it is succeed, the flow will continue the steps to delete or remove the Excel file to another folder. 


Can we do it in the same flow ? or I have to create another one that check the SQL ? However it is good if it can be under same Flow ?


Thanks in advance,


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Re: To know Flow is succesful


You can just add additional steps to your existing Flow.

If you want to be notified immediately of an error, I can provide an example.

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Re: To know Flow is succesful

Hi Scott,


Yes probably I overthink of it. Add new step, if an error, it will stop anyway. However I do interested on how to capture it, and that "to be notified immediately of an error", does it mean by mail or something ? always a pleasure to have some example. 😁




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