In this Power Automate Flow, we will discuss how to fix an error ‘This specified object was not found in the store‘.
Recently, I have created a flow to get events into excel and create calendar events from excel using Power Automate. Here I was using the Get calendar view of events (V3) flow action.
Then I shared the flow with another user. When the user tried to run the flow, they received an error as “the specified object was not found in the store” and the error looks like below:
The flow action Get calendar view of events (V3) was working fine when I tried to run the flow and I was successfully got the outlooks events in the excel file.
But when the user runs the same flow, it gave the error, ‘The specified object was not found in the store’ in the Get calendar view of events action’ and the flow run failed.
You can see the detailed screenshot here.
the specified object was not found in the store power automate
To fix the error, I told the user to copy the flow, and rename it and run it. It actually fixed the issue.
Step 1: Locate to that Power automate Flow und Shared with me.
Step 2: Then click on the More commands icon, and select Save as.
Step 3: Now ‘Create a copy of this flow‘ window opens, if you want to change the name of the flow or else save the flow.
Step 4: Now navigate to the My flow and you can see the copied flow.
You can edit the flow to check if any flow action is missing. Add the flow actions that are missing and then run the flow.
The flow will run successfully and you will not see the error, ‘The specified object was not found in the store’.
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I am encountering this exact error as well. The common thread seems to be trying to access data using the Outlook connector. For my situation, I have a PowerAutomate flow that needs to be accessed by over 100 people; in which case, this solution is impractical. Have you been able to find any alternative solutions since writing this article?