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Flow for PowerApp returns 404 for users

I have a simple flow that receives a request from PowerApps that checks if a file exists on my OneDrive and returns the file content if it does.  When I run the flow (Through PowerApps) it works fine, when users try it fails with:

 

{
"status": 404,
"message": "Item not found",
"source": "api.connectorp.svc.ms"
}
 
I've shared the whole directory with the users and when they open a direct link they can view the file. Why does Flow not show the same thing?
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Dual Super User II

Re: Flow for PowerApp returns 404 for users

Have you shared the folder being searched for the file by the flow with the other users who are running the Flow?  If they don't have permission to the folder then they won't be able to see the folder or file and will get a 404.



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Re: Flow for PowerApp returns 404 for users

Yes, I have shared it.  Here's a sample path "/PowerApps/Worksheets/99156.json"  All users have read access to "Worksheets".  When I run "Check Permissions" in OneDrive it confirms they have read access.

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Community Support

Re: Flow for PowerApp returns 404 for users

Hi @pheil ,

 

Could you please share a screenshot of the configuration of your flow?

 

Best regards,

Alice       

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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Re: Flow for PowerApp returns 404 for users

Sure, see below.  The "Getfilecontent" variable is a text value as seen in my previous message.

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What makes this even weirder is I have another flow that creates a file in a directory and users are able to run that.  Permissions for that directory are "Edit, Contribute, Read".

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