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agneum
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How do you remove ExecuteStoredProcedure params?

Hi, So basically I've noticed that when selecting the "Ask in Powerapps" option for your parameters it will generate a parameter in the form: ExecuteStoredProcedure_name_index Problem is, when you generate one too many, now Powerapps will ask for ALL the parameters. Not just the one you indicate the flow to use. Best yet, there doesn't seem to be a good way of removing them? Do I just need to create another flow?

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Developers, please test your stuff.

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Re: How do you remove ExecuteStoredProcedure params?

Hi @agneum,

 

I’m afraid that you have to create a new flow. Per my test, when creating a flow which is triggered by a PowerApps button, in the next action, if you select one dynamic content from the trigger then remove it, adding it on a PowerApps button, the removed dynamic content still needs a value.

 

I will try to report it on my side.

 

 

Best regards,

Mabel Mao

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Re: How do you remove ExecuteStoredProcedure params?

Hi @agneum,

 

I’m afraid that you have to create a new flow. Per my test, when creating a flow which is triggered by a PowerApps button, in the next action, if you select one dynamic content from the trigger then remove it, adding it on a PowerApps button, the removed dynamic content still needs a value.

 

I will try to report it on my side.

 

 

Best regards,

Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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agneum
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Re: How do you remove ExecuteStoredProcedure params?

I've also found this to be the case. Again, the simple solution would just be to check for which properties it is expecting for the flow and work backwards from there.. but I leave this to the engineers who will hopefully fix this down the line!

 

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