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Save Flow: Connections not authorized

Hi,

 

I got a flow, which is several month "old". Since 3-4 days it cannot be updated/changed anymore.

The connectors have not been changed, nor any of my logins. And executing it, still works!

 

Opening the Flow and pushing "update Flow" (without touching anything) results in:

Einige Verbindungen sind noch nicht autorisiert. Wenn Sie vor Kurzem einen Workflow aus einer Vorlage erstellt haben, klicken Sie auf "Weiter", um Ihrem Workflow vor dem Speichern die autorisierten Verbindungen hinzuzufügen. 

Which means "Some connections are not authorized. If you created the flow from a template (which I don´t), press "Next" (which is not available anywhere) to add the connections befor saving".

 

Expanding everything, there are "NetworkError when attempting to fetch resource."-Messages in any connection.

Yesterday, it helped to onpress the tree dots, to refresh the connection. Today, it says "Ungültige Verbindung" (Invalid Connection), which cannot be solved. Even after re-authenticating by selecting the account.

 

It seems not to be related to all of my flows. But most of them! (My OneDrive->DropBox Synch is fine. Azure SQL fails. O365 Calendar fails. O365 Userprofile fails, ect.)

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Hello @v-xida-msft,

 

as I wrote, executing the flow works fine and all connections were working.

The described issue didn´t persist on a single connection within a flow, but on all! So it seems to be a general issue with my Flows.

In the evening up to several minutes ago, I could not open "My Flows" anymore. I got "something went wrong".

Now, magically my Flows are avaliable, again. Some got a "last modified" date from yesterday, which I didn´t touched.

 

But, and that is the important thing:

I can save my Flows, again! Without reconnecting or changing anything.

 

Maybe something with the european Cloud...

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Hi @Thomas,

 

The error message told that the connections of your flow are invalid. Please take a try to check the following article for solving your issue:

Authentication failures

 

In addition, please take a try to re-add the connection in your flow and check if the issue still exists:8.JPG

 

 

Best regards,

Kris

Community Support Team _ Kris Dai
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Hello @v-xida-msft,

 

as I wrote, executing the flow works fine and all connections were working.

The described issue didn´t persist on a single connection within a flow, but on all! So it seems to be a general issue with my Flows.

In the evening up to several minutes ago, I could not open "My Flows" anymore. I got "something went wrong".

Now, magically my Flows are avaliable, again. Some got a "last modified" date from yesterday, which I didn´t touched.

 

But, and that is the important thing:

I can save my Flows, again! Without reconnecting or changing anything.

 

Maybe something with the european Cloud...

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I get this as well sometime in the EMEA instance. It s major issue. The app most affected is Kaizala which we use for Broadcast notifications. What happens is exactly as you describe and it means until it sorts itself out you cannot modify Flows as the modification process fails. I've had this 3 times in the past couple of weeks

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