Could not retrieve values.
The dynamic invocation request failed with error:
"message":"Error from token exchange: Connection msmanaged-na/logicflows/2d52a15d-7c2f-4f7b-9a9e-ff06300fae87
@https://msmanaged-na.azure-apim.net/ version -9223372036854775808 msmanaged-na/sql/673e40aac7f443d2832ba19a0652274b is not allowed to access connection msmanaged-na/sql/673e40aac7f443d2832ba19a0652274b"}.
Based on the error message, this is a permissions issue, so, does the user affected has the right access to the SQL Server resource that it's trying to reach?
For this scenarios I would validate with the affected user if they can reach the SQL Server resource out of the context of Power Automate.
Then, it's this something happening to a single user? Also, it's this happening only to single resource inside of SQL Server (table)?
Another test that I would do is to validate in a different environment (if available) if the user it's getting the same issue.
Hope this can help to isolate better the issue.
we found the issue, it looks like when sharing the flow with other users the SQL Server Connector is losing all the setup,
so you need to provide all the info again
thank you for your help
To Help any others and clarify, it does seem that sharing the connection makes it loose it server in. What you need to fill in after you done all the sharing, is go to the Connections section (Under Data), find the connection, click edit and re-enter the username and password.
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