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  • 1.  Microsoft Flow

    Posted May 22, 2020 10:14 AM
    Edited by Samuel Hulitt May 22, 2020 10:16 AM
    I'm running a Microsoft flow to fetch data from dynamics 365. The flow is taking 1 or more hours to run over 8,000 records. The flow starts with a schedule (Every hour)-->List (8,000 records or more)-->Apply to each record-->Get record--> then update. Does anyone have another solution to make this flow run faster in Microsoft flow?

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    Samuel Hulitt
    Vertex Aerospace
    Madison
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  • 2.  RE: Microsoft Flow

    MICROSOFT MVP
    Posted May 22, 2020 11:24 AM
    @Samuel Hulitt - Do you have any filters in your List step? This is to ensure you are only pulling the correct records. Also, on the "Apply to Each" step, have you tried turning on Concurrency? Here is a quick article for reference: https://powerofpowerplatform.com/tag/concurrency-control-in-power-automate/

    Try starting with the default setting of 20. Then slide up to a higher number. This could help reduce the time for your flow to run.

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    Aaron Back
    Microsoft MVP | Sr. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Consultant
    ACE Microtechnology
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