Microsoft Power Automate (Flow) error

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10-05-2020 07:27 AM
New Contributor II

Hi. I used Microsoft Power Automate (MS Flow) a few months ago to set up a flow where if a survey was submitted a MS Teams message would be sent from the Flow bot to a user to let them know. It all worked fine.

I now have a new survey and would like to set it up again, but I can't get it to work. First of all my surveys won't list in the dropdown when setting up the link. I tried adding the surveyID in manually but then when trying to save the flow I get the following error:

The response from API 'survey123' operation 'GetWebhookPayloadSchema' with status code '200' does not contain a valid OpenAPI schema object.

I have followed the exact same process as the previous flows I set up. They still work so my accounts must still be 'linked'

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Many thanks

Jon

Environmental Control Officer
East Riding of Yorkshire Council, UK
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Hi Jon Tait

If your surveys don't show up in the drop-down list, check your connection to your Survey123 account to make sure it is still valid. If not, you may need to create a new connection. See the link below:

Best,

MJ

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Esri Contributor

Hi Jon Tait

If your surveys don't show up in the drop-down list, check your connection to your Survey123 account to make sure it is still valid. If not, you may need to create a new connection. See the link below:

Best,

MJ

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New Contributor II

MJ, thank you so much. I t was showing as 'connected' but I re-entered my credentials and tried again and it now works. Thank you very much, you've saved me a lot of frustration.

Have a great day

Jon

Environmental Control Officer
East Riding of Yorkshire Council, UK
New Contributor III

Responding here because this error Jon reported was the beginning of my issue. It may be related or it may be different. 

I went through through the recommended process and repaired the connection by switching accounts. That did seem to have an effect initially, as I was newly able to see the forms I had published in the drop down menu. However, the same error occurred again after attempting to save the flow.

I then deleted the previous connection, and re-connected. After doing so I got a new permissions error (screenshot. Specific IDs redacted). Any thoughts?

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