Here’s an observation in one of the actions in the Dataverse connectors in Power Automate, which is “Get a row by ID”.
If you have selected specific columns in the Select Columns parameter of the connector, only those will be shown in the Dynamic content in next steps of the Flow.
When you have not mentioned/selected specific columns and kept it blank, you’ll see the complete list of fields in the next steps of the Flow.
List Rows action
The same is also true for other action like “List Records” which shows all the attributes when selected columns are not mentioned, but shows only the ones mentioned with other required attributes if you have specific column names entered as shown below.
Hope this was useful!
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