I've been following through this document: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-virtual-agents/advanced-bot-framework-composer?WT.mc_id=AZ-MV... and I wanted to test accessing Bot Framework Composer from within Power Virtual Agents.
Is there something I need to do for this to show up for me?
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Understood. Apologies for the inconvenience. We have a couple of incidents opened against this and the engineering team is working on deploying the fix asap.
The PVA team made some updates to fix this issue.
Can you please check if you can see the "Open in Bot Framework" button in your PVA now?
You should see it on the portal if you have full Prod or full Trial license. Thanks for flagging the issue and letting us know ASAP!
Fixed for me, using a trial 👍
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I am new to Building Bot's and I was trying to use 'Open in Bot Framework Composer' in PVA portal and all of a sudden I don't the option now. Then I tried creating another new Trial (Subscription-based) environment and even here I didn't find the option.
Can any one help me pasting the "COPY Link" url of Bot Framework Composer from your instances so that I can try changing the values in parameters and check if its loads my Composer.
Any other solution/suggestion how to get the option.
"Open in Bot Framework" option is now under "+ New topic" dropdown menu:
I'm new in PVA and need to use bot framework composer.
I even installed bot framework composer on my machine (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/composer/install-composer?tabs=linux) but it still doesn't appear in Power Virtual Agents.
I have the trial version of PVA.
When i log in it tells me that bot framework composer has been moved in the new topic menu (I'm from France)
But when I click on the menu "Bot framework composer" doesn't appear. I just can create a new topic from zero.
What to do ?
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