In this post we’ll discuss how to temporarily prevent MS Power Automate from getting triggered. We will disable it for sometime and then resume the same without much of a hassle.
The reason to suspend a Power Automate can vary depending upon a wide variety of use cases. One such prominent use case is to disable the flow while bulk updating a SharePoint list from a background service/process. While executing a batch request, we may not want to trigger the flow and send unnecessary emails to the stakeholders!
This is the error I received, while calling a child MS Flow, from another MS Flow. This error was thrown while building the MS Flow. However, the following error was thrown from within a running MS Flow.
Failed to parse invoker connections from trigger ‘manual’ outputs. Exception: Could not find property ‘headers.X-MS-APIM-Tokens’ in the trigger outputs. Workflow has connection references ‘[“shared_office365”]’ with invoker runtime source.