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MauricioJXS
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Cannot see details of a running flow after the first branch

Hello all,

 

Since this morning, I cannot see the details of a running flow after the first branch split. Before, I was able to see details until the step that was being executed. I tried cancelling one of the running flows and found out the step that was holding execution was way down after the branch split.

It seems like a bug?

 

Running flow:

Running flowRunning flow

 

Cancelled flow

After cancellingAfter cancelling

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Pstork1
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Could you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?  It's hard to tell what the problem is based on a one line question.     



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Sorry, first post. Hit the button before entering the details. Hope it is clear now. 😉

Pstork1
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Can you show us more of the yes side of the condition on the cancelled flow?  I assume something in there isn't completing and that is what keeps you from seeing the detail unless you cancel it.



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It was held at a 24h delay I created to be able to manually take actions when the flow was about to fail. Until yesterday I was able to see details of the flow even when held at this point, and today I cannot. See bellow.

 

2020-05-21 12_32_21-Window.png

 

I think what you are experiencing is normal.  The Flow run won't show you details for any action or set of actions until all the dependent actions are complete.  So in the screenshot you posted you wouldn't be able to see inside the condition while a 24h delay was in place.



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I understand but, as I said, I could see it while running yesterday.

Hi @MauricioJXS ,

 

For the provided screenshot I couldn't see any unnormal behavior, all run steps are expected.

 

Best regards,

Alice   

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I could not reproduce the previous behaviour on my side anymore, but I found this image on the internet, showing a running step. That is the behaviour I expected, you could "open" a step with substeps running, and a little "timeclock" icon shows on the right to indicate that step is held.

 

2020-05-22 08_12_38-Window.png

 

Hi @MauricioJXS ,

 

Sorry for it couldn't be reproduced on my side.

 

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Alice   

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Hi @MauricioJXS ,

 

Does your issue still exists?

 

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Alice   

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Yes, the details are not shown yet. I found a workaround, that is using the Power Automate app on iphone. In the app, I'm able to see the details up to the point that the flow is held (as it was on the browser).

Hi @MauricioJXS ,

 

Glad that you could find the workaround.

 

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Alice   

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