Interesting use case ..
Recently, we were working on a requirement to send PDF as an attachment in email on click of a custom ribbon button on Lead record. More details here:
D365: Generate Word Document using Content Control, save to SharePoint and convert to pdf usingPowerAutomate
D365: Download SharePoint document, attach to Email using PowerAutomate and AzureFunction
D365: Execute PowerAutomate from Ribbon button usingJS
As part of this requirement, we also wanted to show form notification based on the execution status of PowerAutomate whether it’s completed successfully or failed somewhere in the middle.
To achieve this, we created a custom option set field(with options In Progress, Error and Successful) on Lead entity to hold the status of execution of PowerAutomate. We tried implementing Try..Catch..Finally blocks in PowerAutomate.
Try Block: This block should contain all the core actions that PowerAutomate needs to accomplish. We used this block to update the custom option set…
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