Automated flows support change sets in Common Data Service
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Change sets are an important part of working with Common Data Service because all operations are considered atomic, which means that if any one of the operations fails, any completed operations will be rolled back. This is often referred to as a transaction.
We've now added native understanding of change set scopes to the Power Automate designer so that users can replace classic Common Data Service workflows that previously needed atomic transactions.
Change sets can be added inside Batch scopes. To use this, search for change set under the Common Data Service connector. Once you add this scope into the Power Automate designer, you can then add Common Data Service create, update, or delete actions inside of it.
Read operations cannot be in a change set.
You cannot include actions for other services inside a change set scope. Instead, you must perform those other actions before or after the batch.