Can anybody shed some light onto this error?
The caller with object id 'bb7e6e0a-5b3c-4ed7-84b3-ce5bfd766136' does not have permission for connection '1ca80354-17fc-48e6-a653-01b5f9179f1b' under Api 'shared_logicflows'.
It randomly appears on one Flow of mine and I have no idea what it's even referring to. Is the first GUID for a specific run or user? Is the second GUID for a specific connection? I looked at my connections but don't see that GUID anywhere in the details. The urls have strings like connectionName=ca92c83e87654ee18e0c6c50452dfc5d but they don't match the error message.
Hi @Bjorn , thank you for your post!
some additional info here: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Using-Flows/Invalid-Connection-error-on-a-Flow-that-has-been-wor...
It looks to be permission or connection related and the user experiencing it here says it resolved after a couple of hours. Maybe you could recreate your connections to your connectors and see if it helps.
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Thanks Alan. I shared the Flow with a service account I use and I haven't seen the error since. That doesn't make any sense to me though, given that connection credentials and Flow ownership are two different things. I really wish MS would provide some guidance on what the GUIDs in these error messages realte to.
We are hitting this error, and I can say that the first GUID is the user's GUID. we checked in the Users table in CDS. I assume, then that the second GUID is the connector.
I find it very strange that existing flows keep working, and only new flows are having this issue (that's our experience at this time, anyway)
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