Perform long-running Logic Apps tasks with Durable Functions

Logic Apps has a default limit of 120 seconds on synchronous actions.  This is already quite long; it does not make sense to perform actions in a synchronous fashion if they take longer.  For such long running tasks, Logic Apps provides two options: Polling action pattern: initiate the long running action and interrogate its status … Continue reading Perform long-running Logic Apps tasks with Durable Functions

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My experiences on liquid templates in Azure API Management

Recently, I had the chance to apply Liquid templates within Azure API Management policies.  I stumbled upon some caveats, that I want to share with you. Scenario My scenario was to expose a legacy SOAP service in a restful way.  As the customer had already API Management in place, including VNET integration, it was obvious … Continue reading My experiences on liquid templates in Azure API Management

End-to-end correlation across Logic Apps

When using a generic and decoupled integration design, your integrations span often multiple Logic Apps.  For troubleshooting purposes, it's important to be able to correlate these separate Logic Apps with each other.  Recently, a new feature has been introduced to improve this. Existing correlation functionality Let's create a Logic App with a simple request trigger. … Continue reading End-to-end correlation across Logic Apps