Logic App error using workflow parameters

I received the following error when deploying a Logic App via Powershell/ARM: InvalidTemplate. Unable to process template language expressions in action ‘HTTP’ inputs at line ‘1’ and column ‘1420’: ‘The workflow parameter ‘ahakStorageConnectorName’ is not found.’. At the top of the Logic App Json file, I defined the parameters. The parameter values were contained in…

Deploy Logic App using Powershell and ARM

To deploy a logic app via Powershell, I used the following approach; Create a directory structure with two folders, i.e.: C:\Sources\PBaars\Deployment\Release1.5\AAA-DeployResources C:\Sources\PBaars\Deployment\Release1.5\ProcessPlanning Folder AAA-DeployResources contains reusable artefacts like a parameter file and a Powershell module with reusable code. In this case the reusable code uploads files for a Web App or API App to a…

Retry in Logic Apps

For easy reference this information is taken from the Microsoft Azure site. Note: I added the retry policy to an http action, but I still saw the default retry behavior. The http action is contained in a child workflow. Maybe the child workflow get’s called multiple times because of the failure. Hard to trouleshoot why the…

Use custom API App in Logic App

Probably a beginner failure, but after creating and deploying my custom API App to Azure, I wasn’t able to select the API App from a Logic App. Then I found this post from azure.microsoft.com, to discover that you have to enable CORS and set the APIDefinition properties of your custom API App. This is very easy within…

Call assembly that uses EF

I wanted to call an ExceptionHandler in a helper class. The ExceptionHandler uses Entity Framework to store the error. Then I tried to call the ExceptionHandler from a Logic App. The Logic App selects data, but does so via ADO.Net and not via the Entity Framework. The first error I received is that the EF…

Do Until in Logic App

June 2015 the DoUntil functionality in Logic Apps was announced. You can add a Do Until to every action in your Logic App. Let’s say you wanna do a Http Post until you receive an Http 200. You can specify the  do until expression and one or more limits (for example: call max 5 times…

Logic App without a trigger

Today I watched a hangout hosted by Jeff Hollan where I saw that you can just build a logic app with two SQL Connector actions and no trigger. If you build a logic app without a trigger, you are actually saying you want to start the logic app manually. Let’s say you wanna call it…