We are having the same issue. Additionally, whenever we edit an existing flow with an automation object, for example create job, parameters are cleared and the work flow breaks.
Hi @ Ivazquez,
I have made a test and the issue is confirmed on my side.
If I choose a Runbook in the “Runbook Name” field of action “Create job” , the action would pop up the error
“Failed to fetch: GetRunbook”
I would post this issue to my product team, if the issue is solved, I will reply here.
Could we please get an update on this issue? This is causing all sorts of processing issues within our tennant causing end-user complaints!
Verify the account register to perform the flow and the account that process the runbook, I granted permission and license the account that runs the flow and runbook and it started working again after replication.
@Alice Zhang is there any update on this. It is not like this is pre release functionality that was broken. This is general release and should be made a priority. Please update.
I am all licensed up, deleted and recreated the whole flow multiple times. All permissions are right. I get the same result: "Failed to fetch: GetRunbook"
@Anonymous I tested it on several devices with/without VPN but I had no luck..
This time I used a new user with a complete E3 License and Owner role on the subscription, in my Case it doesn't help.
This all of a sudden works now, but I am not allowed to set the parameters for the runbook anymore. When in the flow I was able to pass values to the runbook parameters but that option does no longer exist, any idea on another approach / alternative?
I still get the Failed to fetch: GetRunbook error message. I created a new runbook and copied the powershell code. There is no change.
This Flow ran fine 10 days ago but now it is broken and I also see the syntax of runbook with powershell has changed.
Does anyone here know what changed and why this is all of a sudden not working? I havent seen any response from Microsoft on this or is it not there responsibility to answer on this forum?
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