After successfully importing, configuring and testing the custom connector you can use it a Flow.
As a workflow trigger we want to use Microsoft Forms. With Microsoft Forms it is possible to easily build and share input forms for desktop and mobile access.

Please first create a form in Microsoft Forms which contains the following input parameters as text fields:

Material Number



Delivery Date

Cost Center


After finishing the form click on Create from blank in the My Flows section and select Microsoft Forms - when a new response is submitted as a workflow trigger action. Select the previously created form under Form ID and add Microsoft Forms - Get response details as a next step in the workflow. Select your form under Form ID and add the Response ID identifier to the Response ID field. The List of response notifications is automatically added from the previous step.


After that add the custom connector to the Apply to each section and map the response values to the respective input parameters. For DOC_TYPE (=NB) and ACCTASSCAT (=K) we enter fixed values. Another possibility would be to assign the fixed values directly in the web service.

It is necessary to convert the Quantity field with a int(value) expression into integer format because at the moment it is not supported to add number fields in Microsoft Forms.

The applicationName parameter can be left blank, then the default service application is used.


Note that this example has been built with scalar input parameters. Arrays (List-of-parameters) are also supported in Flow. You would use an array to create multiple positions.

As a final step add the Data Operation - Parse JSON action to the flow which is used to parse the response body for the result. In the result a purchase requisiton ID will be displayed if everything works fine.

In this scenario the following schema can be used:

"type": "object",
"properties": {
	"result": {
		"type": "string"


Save the flow afterwards, it should be automatically turned on.