Power Apps / Automate asking for Adobe PDF Tools credentials for users

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Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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I have shared a Power App connected to a Power Automate flow that uses the Adobe PDF Tools api. The app is using an Power Apps per app plan.

For me (as the owner) of the flow the connection is working as I have provided all the necessary credentials.

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But when a user wants to open the app, he is prompted for credentials for the connection:

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I currently have a trial version of the pay-as-you-go tool.

 

How can I share the app/flow with users without them having to need credentials for the Adobe PDF Tools connection please?

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 19, 2021 Apr 19, 2021

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Hi @MPhelpdesk ,

 

I understand the issue that you are running into. I can definitely see where that could be problematic. I don't have any quick answers on that, however I have passed your issue on to our Engineering team.

 

Adobe Engineering team is looking into it to see what would be a good way to solve your problem. We'll update you when we have an update. 

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Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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Hi,

Any news on this please?

Because normally when sharing a PowerApp or Power Automate flow with colleagues, all the used connectors got shared also, no?

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But alas the Adobe connector keeps asking for credentials ...

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 22, 2021 Apr 22, 2021

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Hi @MPhelpdesk ,

I don't have an answer at this time. It has been reported and escalated to our engineering. It appears it may be a bug related to the connector. I can give an update when I have a better estimate.

 

In the mean time, one workaround you could consider is one which is very common with Power Apps, which is to create an HTTP Request trigger that initiates the flow and pass the parameters through that. That way, it would not be identifying with that unique user to trigger PDF Tools.

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Apr 28, 2021 Apr 28, 2021

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In the mean time my Adobe trial expired, so I have made another trial-account. But I am still having the same problem! 😞

And in the mean time that trial also expired... so now I have activated a 30-days trial with Encodian and I will try that in the mean time.

 

But if there is any update of solution (not a workaround) soon from the engineering team, I woud like to hear it!

 

Thanks.

 

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