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Custom Connector OpenAPI 2.0 - Cannot Import OpenApi - Url Path parameter issue


I am trying to create a custom connector based on the json that can be downloaded at following location :
Creating it directly from OpenAPI from Url is not working.
With the downloaded json file it works, but there is an issue with the path variables. Power automate supports this with the Path section. But after the import this is not taken over.



When I do an "Import from sample" and copy/paste the url{client_id}/executions it is detected correctly and it is created, but then I loose the other info of for example the Query section.


So can please the Path variables be generated correctly when an OpenApi file is imported ?
And maybe check also why the OpenAPI from url is not working with this url ?

Kind regards,


Hello @STEBO 

Thanks for bringing this to our attention, for this scenario I think the best would be to enter a support request as the behavior you are seeing might not be the expected, so additional testing and troubleshooting would be required.

Once that is done, if you could share the results from the investigation on this same post, that will be really nice as others in the communities could be helped.


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Hi @Erlandcrf,

Maybe a stupid question, but can you explain me how I can enter a support request ? 

Thanks for letting me know.


Hello @STEBO 

No question is stupid at all 🙂 You can go to in your organization and enter the support ticket details there.



I hope this can help you out.


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