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Advocate IV

Bad Gateway, 502 Error on Tweet Trigger, When a New Tweet is Posted

Background: I created this Flow to email me when any topic of my interest is posted in the twitterverse.  


Based on the "hint" text for the trigger "When a New Tweet is Posted", it didn't indicate any limitations, e.g. number of and/or conditions limitations.


1. INPUTS "Search text": My "When a New Tweet is Posted" Value:

"Artificial Intelligence" or "Business Intelligence" or "Data Warehousing" or "Microsoft Flow" or "Machine Learning" or "Digital Agent" or "Digital Assistant" or Oracle or Exadata or Teradata or "Autonomous Vehicle" or IBM or "Business Objects" or "Business Intelligence" "Data Warehouse" or Informatica


2. OUTPUTS [Error]


 "status": 502, "message": "Twitter is temporarily over capacity. Please try again later.\r\nclientRequestId: af3137cd-4f05-48ca-930b-9824f749a062", "source": "


3. Can continually reproduce this error with this [Twitter] "Search text".  However, a shorter "Search text" e.g. "Artificial Intelligence" seems to produce a result without error

Community Support
Community Support

Re: Bad Gateway, 502 Error on Tweet Trigger, When a New Tweet is Posted

Hi ianroseman,


This documentation about troubleshooting a flow might be your reference:


If the error code is 502, the failure is temporary, please try to resubmit to try the flow again.


About how to resubmit your flow runs, please check the blog at here:

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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Advocate IV
Advocate IV

Re: Bad Gateway, 502 Error on Tweet Trigger, When a New Tweet is Posted

@v-yamao-msftwere you able to reproduce the issue?  From my end, it's persistant.

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