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I know that we can trigger Flow through custom ribbon button using 'Http request is received' trigger but I would like to take some inputs data before I trigger and run the Flow, Is there any option/possibility to achieve this?
Also, I know that we can use 'Common Data Service - When a record is selected' trigger then we can add input parameters of different types but then I would like to call this flow from CRM custom button(Since it is not a HTTP trigger). Is it possible?
Please suggest how can I achieve triggering the Flow from CRM button and also providing an option for user to enter some data before running the Flow.
Many thanks in advance.
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Thank you for your time in replying to my query. But I don't think the above given solution is taking about passing parameters from the CRM form to Http Request. But I am looking to provide a dialog kind of form for user to input the data on click of button then triggers the flow.
As I mentioned above I am able to call Flow from custom button using Http requested is received trigger but I would also want to open a dialog on click of button for user to enter the data.
Could you please suggest on this. Thanks
Ah I see. Thanks for clarifying. I mean dialog is possible but I think it's deprecated.
I'd recommend using a entity form. It'll require you to create either a custom entity to store inputs or use an existing one. The good thing about this is that when the modal is saved and close it returns a promise value of the newly created record ID which you can then get the field values via the web API and pass it on as a parameter to Flow.
There is also a PCF version if which uses the same method.
Thanks again MikeC282 for taking your time and answering to my query.
I have already implemented yesterday the similar solution for the requirement as below,
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