Monthly Archives: March 2016


Parsing JSON data within Logic Apps

Parsing JSON data

This post contains samples on how to parse JSON data within Azure Logic workflows. In addition, I’m including some information on how to consume the parsed data by implementing a simple iteration over a JSON object array.

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Trigger Automation Runbook

Trigger Automation Runbook

I’m writing this post due to a feature request I recently spotted on the Azure Logic Apps feedback forum. Given that he Azure Automation team recently introduced Webhook support, this should be very easy to complete. Here are the steps.

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Failed to fetch swagger – API Apps

Failed to fetch swagger – API Apps

Today I was running into this Failed to fetch swagger issue while publishing API Apps using Visual Studio and therefore decided to devote a blog post to it. Hopefully this post will save some others some time.

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Arrays / Looping structure – Logic Apps

Arrays / Looping structure - Logic Apps

This post covers what’s necessary to iterate over a collection of data when building workflows on schema version 2015-08-01-preview. This differs from schema 2014-12-02-preview, which can be found here. If you are still looking for the “Repeat over a list” menu item, keep on reading.

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Azure AD Reporting API Wrapper

Azure AD Reporting API Wrapper

I’ve created a simple API wrapper around the Azure Active Directory Graph REST API, covering the reporting portion. I wasn’t planning on doing this (well…again), but I dislike working with raw REST calls or bloated API alternatives.

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Notifications on error – Logic Apps

Notifications on error – Logic Apps

Once you have several Logic Apps running, orchestrating important processes within your organization. You soon run into limitations regarding monitoring workflow runs and getting notified when something unexpected has occurred. To overcome this, I’ve created a small project on GitHub and will cover how everything came together within this post.

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