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owenpt
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Manual trigger depreciated since Apr 16?

I've recently had a change of company logon process as part of adopting O365, and suspect this may be related.

 

I'm getting constant errors when trying to run my Flows from within SharePoint, at the point where I select 'Run Flow,' nothing happens for a while and then I get the message 'Sorry, something went wrong.'

 

If I try editing the Flows ('For a selected file' trigger in SharePoint) and saving, I get the error message:

"The power flow's logic app flow template was invalid. The 'type' property of template trigger 'manual' at line '1' and column '36378' has the value 'Manual' which is deprecated in schema version '2016-04-01-preview' and onwards."

 

I haven't changed anything about the Flows since they ran successfully last week, only my O365 account/logon credentials may have changed.

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Community Support Team
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Re: Manual trigger depreciated since Apr 16?

Hi @owenpt ,

 

Could you share the full screenshots of the Flow configuration?

I tested For a selected file trigger on my side, it works.

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Please try recreating a similar Flow and see if a similar issue still exists.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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