Return Error in Power Automate When Using Try/Catch Scopes

When utilizing scopes within Power Automate to create a try/catch/finally statement it can be useful to provide additional details about any errors that occurred within the try block. The example below shows how to get the results of a try block after it has failed and return that information.

To replicate this do the following:

  • Add a Control – Scope action called ‘Try’
  • Add another Control -…

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Return Error in Power Automate When Using Try/Catch Scopes

When utilizing scopes within Power Automate to create a try/catch/finally statement it can be useful to provide additional details about any errors that occurred within the try block. The example below shows how to get the results of a try block after it has failed and return that information.

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