Tag Archives: Flow

If there are errors you can’t easily see in the Flow designer, look at the complex actions – the errors might be hidden inside

Having deployed my Flow in the Test environment earlier today, I quickly realized it was not working. Turned out Flow designer was complaining about the connections in the Flow with the following error: Some of the connections are not authorized yet. If you just created a workflow from a template, please add the authorized connections… Read More »

Error monitoring for the solution-aware Flows

  Some flows are solution-aware, and some flows are not: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/flow/overview-solution-flows It turned out the difference between those two is not just that solution-aware flows are portable – somehow, it goes deeper. Just a few days ago wrote a post where I was trying to summarize error monitoring options for the Flows: https://www.itaintboring.com/dynamics/microsoft-flow-monitoring/ It was… Read More »

Microsoft Flow Monitoring

  I often read/hear that Microsoft Flow is not suitable for the advanced integration scenarios where Logic Apps should be used instead. That statement is probably coming from the comparison below: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-compare-logic-apps-ms-flow-webjobs This is all great; however, unlike the Logic Apps which are living their own life somewhere in Azure, Microsoft Flow is a first-class… Read More »