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cassettarig
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Power automate flow fails. Alert: Your operation has been throttled.

Hi everybody, 

 

I've created a flow with Power Automate to refresh a dataset. After a few days running it with no issues, I'm actually not being able to use it.

 

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As you can see I do not run my flow very often, like 2-3 times per day.

 

In the Run Details I see the following messages:

 

Alert: Your operation has been throttled.

 

"Looks like your flow's operation is hitting an action limit designed to protect the connector service being called."

 

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When  I open the last execution I see this summary:

 

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I'm aware that my free license limits the execution to 8 times every 24 hours, but as per the run history it seems that's not the case.

 

 Does anyone know what is causing these failures and and how can I get it back to use properly?

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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MFelix
Super User
Super User

Hi @cassettarig ,

 

The refresh pulled from Power Automated are as the ones from schedulled refresh, so if you already did 8 refresh. Do you have any schedulle refresh setup on your model?


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Miguel Félix


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