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Error message with Flow trigger: There’s a problem with the flow’s trigger

When I went into Microsoft Flow today, to check one of my Team Flows, it showed an error message:

'There is a problem with the flow's trigger.'

When I clicked 'Fix the trigger', it showed a 'BadGateway' message.

 

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However, when I went into the Flow to check, the trigger looked normal, and the Flow Checker showed 0 errors and 0warnings.

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When I saved and exited, it seemed ok, but then a minute later the 'There is a problem with the flow's trigger' message appeared again.

 

I don't understand why I am now seeing this error.

The flow ran correctly only a few weeks ago.

 

Hope someone can explain what is going on to me, and how to fix it so that the flow will run when I next need it (within 2 weeks time).

 

Many thanks,

 

Best regards,

 

Adam Bradbury

 

 

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@ericonline wrote:

I'm facing this issue today. The Flow was delayed by 4-5 mins. When checking the runs, I see the "fix the trigger" error. The Flow eventually runs, but this is disheartening. Please advise. 
Thank you

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500, 501 and 502 errors are temporary/transient errors that generally indicate connectivity issues or "blips" in service, and are usually cleared after a short amount of time.

Periodically there are connectivity and/or network issues between the various Office 365 services that cause these type of errors. If the errors persist, you'll need to Contact Flow Support directly for assistance. 

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Hi @AdamBradbury198 ,

 

This seems to be a temporary error since your configuration is no problem.

Please try to solve this problem by using the following two methods.

  • Reconfigure the trigger's connection and see if a similar issue still exists.
  • Or you could click Save as to create a copy of this Flow. A copy of Flow will appear in My flows list. You could check if the Flow has a similar problem. If not, share it with Team users.

Hope it helps.

 

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _ Barry
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I'm facing this issue today. The Flow was delayed by 4-5 mins. When checking the runs, I see the "fix the trigger" error. The Flow eventually runs, but this is disheartening. Please advise. 
Thank you

image.png

 

image.png


@ericonline wrote:

I'm facing this issue today. The Flow was delayed by 4-5 mins. When checking the runs, I see the "fix the trigger" error. The Flow eventually runs, but this is disheartening. Please advise. 
Thank you

image.png

 

image.png


500, 501 and 502 errors are temporary/transient errors that generally indicate connectivity issues or "blips" in service, and are usually cleared after a short amount of time.

Periodically there are connectivity and/or network issues between the various Office 365 services that cause these type of errors. If the errors persist, you'll need to Contact Flow Support directly for assistance. 

ContactSupport.png

👨🏻‍💻 If this reply answers your question or solves your issue, please ACCEPT AS SOLUTION ☑️. If you find this reply helpful, please consider giving it a LIKE 👍.

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