I am using a Flow - running from PowerApps (PowerApps trigger), is working but sometimes the flow failed:
"Action Failed ...
Attempted to use an object that has ceased to exist. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80030102 (STG_E_REVERTED))
This error appears on actions : Get item, Update item - on Sharepoint Online Custom list
Thanks for any advice
Hi @EmilBSP ,
Could you share a screenshot on your flow configuration?
I have made a test by creating a flow with PowerApps button trigger and SharePoint actions Get item and Update item. However, the issue you mentioned could not be reproduced.
Per my certain research, the error message occurs when you are accessing an object that has been already disposed in SharePoint. When once disposed it is never accessible anymore.
Please debug your code and check if there is any error or mistake in the code of the new part.
Further, the following doc on Best practices disposing SharePoint objects – Reference Guide could be a reference for you:
Mabel, thank you for response
the item in Sharepoint list cannot be disposed - No delete is alowed in the list
error occured "sometimes", but I do not anderstand why. Firs Get Item is reading column - Person Claims (User Roles register) from the item, next Update is writting that Person Claims to other item in another Sharepoint list. What could be the issue (maybe...) that column data type in the first list is "Person or Group" with MULTIPLE choices (reason why Update item is included to repeating section ....)
Hi @EmilBSP ,
From which action, do you get the dynamic content ID for action Update item’s ID field?
Do you have an item of ID 833 in the list?
I'm also having a similar error. It is not the exact number but same message.
My flow was running fine the last three runs and then this error came up on the last run.
Note: running fine meaning that everything is set up correctly and all data verified as processed.
There were no changes to the flow.
I also get this error simply by visiting the sharepoint site. This began this morning.
I am sure users don't have access to modify this code...... ?
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