Row cannot be located for updating mysql server
To resolve this issue, please turn your Zap off from your Dashboard and remap the action in your Zap. If you’re using the “Updated Row” trigger and choose “Any column” to monitor, any change to the row including adding a new row will trigger your Zap.
Now that the Zap has found your row, you’ll want to use the row ID that was returned to dynamically update records.The idea here is that we want to use a value to scan through the spreadsheet with to see if any rows have a matching a matching value.If there is a match, the step will be successful and the Zap will move onto the next action step, with the ability to use data from the row that was found.When creating a Google Sheets Zap, you will be asked to connect a new account: Click on that.You should then get a pop-up window from Google asking you to log-in to authorize the connection between that Google Sheets account and Zapier.If you need to manually type rows in your spreadsheet OR if you’re needing to collect data over time and then trigger your Zap once all data has been entered, you may be best suited using the “Updated Row” trigger.
The best thing to do here is to add a new column to your spreadsheet called something like “Send to Zapier”.
You’ll want to click on the “Add a step” button to create another step in your Zap.
For this next step, you’ll want to again, choose Google Sheets as your app, but this time, choose "Update Spreadsheet Row" as the action.
In this step, you’ll want to choose the same Spreadsheet and Worksheet as your previous step.
When you get to the “Row ID” field, you will want to choose the row number or ID from the list of options returned from your “Find or Create Row” step.
If you are already logged in to your Google account on your browser, you will be asked to approve access to Zapier.