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changed flow in powerapps

Hello folks,

 

I have made a PowerApp that saves an image to a Sharepoint Library. Therefor i made a Flow and used it in PowerApps.

Now I have changed my SP Library, added a column there, and changed my Flow.

I notice that PowerApps has difficulty when a Flow is changed. When I add my freshly new column in the statement I assigned in my Powerapp, it gives an error "Number of arguments incorrect 3 expected, 4 given". It looks like Powerapps does not seem to automatically understand that a new column has been added in the Flow.

 

Should something be done in PowerApps to "refresh" the changed Flow before it can be used ?

 

Tx !!!

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Hi Folks

 

I have found the solution.

Seems that you need do delete the connection of the Flow to the object you have used it in. In my case it was a button OnSelect property.

When I select my button (or whatever you are using to fire off your Flow), I went to Actions/Flows and then simple deleted the connection to my Flow. And then re-attached it, 

That did the trick, my Flow was triggered fine and dandy.

 

Ciao

GJ

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Frequent Visitor

Hi Folks

 

I have found the solution.

Seems that you need do delete the connection of the Flow to the object you have used it in. In my case it was a button OnSelect property.

When I select my button (or whatever you are using to fire off your Flow), I went to Actions/Flows and then simple deleted the connection to my Flow. And then re-attached it, 

That did the trick, my Flow was triggered fine and dandy.

 

Ciao

GJ

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