I have published a PVA bot skill to a teams channel using the app id that is provided in the PVA platform.
I used this app id and connected the skill to the teams channel, I am able to run the skill.
However, I am not able to query the details of the user logged in to teams. This works when I deploy the same skill bot using the app id from the azure portal.
The code which queries the user info - attached Code_snippet.png.
The error message - attached ErrorMessage.png.
Exact error message:
Is there anyone else who is building bots from a source where the user is already signed on? This seems like a somewhat common use case. Examples:
Is it possible to pass the credential from the editing container to PowerVA and use it to execute downstream processes?
As Shinal points out, this works when the skill is embedded in a custom bot, but not if that same skill is used within PowerVA.
Hi @Anonymous ,
You can create the Authentication to get the user token and do things using this token (like getting SharePoint folders and files).
To add the Authentication, you can see this documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-virtual-agents/advanced-end-user-authentication
Regarding other connections, you can use the Power Automate to get more details inside SharePoint, Azure, or another platform, and return the data to PVA using this documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-virtual-agents/advanced-flow
And finally, in Jun 2020 will be available the Single Sign-on inside the PVA: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform-release-plan/2020wave1/power-virtual-agents/single-sign
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