SOS !. I have an PowerApps app which is already in production when somehow, one of the screens crashed . I tried to recreate the screen that crashed, since it would be easier than finding out what had happened but now, i cannot add the FLOW that is associated with the SUBMIT Button . Not even if i created a new FLOW from scratch 😞
Could you please share a screenshot of your flow's configuration?
How do you get the name of the table selected in the powerapp dropdownlist within your flow?
I have made a test on my side and don't have the issue that you mentioned. The screenshot as below:
The user @mcorning has faced same issue with you, please check the response within the following thread:
Please take a try to create a new flow which uses a PowerApps button as the trigger button, then bind this flow to a Button control within your app, check if the issue is solved.
In addition, you could also take a try to add a Button control within your app, then click Action-> Flows-> "Create a new flow", after that, this Button control would be bound to a blank app which has a PowerApps Button trigger. Please check the following GIF image for more details:
Please take a try with above solution that I provided, then check if the issue is solved on your side.
@v-yuazh-msft hi ,
I have tried both from PowerApps Button from inside FLOW itselt, and the same error encountered when i add the Action > Flow
I have also already done from inside PowerApps a Button whose OnSelect property with the Action > Flow created from Scratch right then and there during selection.
Both have given me same errors on failed registerr 😞
Also, this FLOW had been running for more than a month already. It's just that the original Screen where this Flow is bewing called CRASHED and i decided to Create a new screen instead of debugging the screen that crashed, and of course i then wanted to re-use the FLOW.
However, even if i created a NEW FLOW with the same configuration as below, the same FAILED Registraion is encountered 😞 😞 😞
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