Error Handling and Show Error Message from API in Canvas App

This post will explain how you can handle errors from a connector (or custom connector) and show a proper error message from the response of the API.
Whenever we use the Patch() function to create/update a row in Microsoft Dataverse, call an action of a (custom) connector or call a Power Automate cloud flow, there may be an error due to the server-side validation or an exception…

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Error Handling and Show Error Message from API in Canvas App

This post will explain how you can handle errors from a connector (or custom connector) and show a proper error message from the response of the API. Whenever we use the Patch() function to create/update a row in Microsoft Dataverse, call an action of a (custom) connector or call a Power Automate cloud flow, there may be an error due to the server-side validation or an exception being thrown by the underlying API.

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