During building & testing a LogicApps, I need to skip certain actions to verify behavior of later actions independently in the flow. Currently, I need to remove the action to perform such task (which is not very productive).
Providing enable/disable feature for action(s) will help in this scenario.
Also, in case, where action needs some input from previous action then feature like "disabling with default output" (mock) will be a great help during development phase.156 votes
Thanks for the great idea.
It would be great if we could embed the visual workflow designer from the portal into our own web apps to allow admin users to edit the workflow steps. Then we could post the updated JSON back to Azure Logic Apps via the REST API.86 votes
We’ve got a planning meeting where we will be discussing this scenario at length. If you are interested in this feature and have any information you can share on what you’d like to see with an embedded designer would be very helpful. firstname.lastname@example.org
Allow adding parameters with a default value on the designer view so it can be easier to prepare Logic Apps for CI/CD78 votes
Like Web App and API App where you can configure multiple slots , it would be a good idea for Logic app also to have similar configuration. So when I test a dev slot for my web I would connect to the dev slot of my logic app61 votes
Support for creating custom templates so we can re-use certain flows.46 votes
Thanks for your suggestion.
Have a Parse XML that is similar to the Data Operations - Parse JSON, so we can access the fields in the XML message the same way.40 votes
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Allow Logic Apps designer to be used from within Visual Studio Code.
This would enable Logic Apps to be used in a cross platform manner outside the browser. Ideally the JSON file / template would be generated locally and would allow it to integrate with the VSCode git integration, which could then be deployed to Azure in the same way as for VS generally.31 votes
I would love to have a slide out window to edit the JSON for a specific action/trigger without having to switch to code view and hunt for the action definition and then switch back to designer and navigate back to the action again.26 votes
Logic Apps now has a peek mode in the designer which currently works in read-only mode but we will add write soon as well.
Are there any plans to provide a possibility to disable to edit a Logic App through the Portal? A bit like Azure Functions, when you link it to source control, you only can edit via Visual Studio.
Offcourse only if VS tooling allows all possible functionality of the Portal Editor.21 votes
Great idea. Thanks for submitting.
Currently a dataset from SQL can only result in an action per row ie creates a file per row, add option to iterate/loop through the dataset to create a single file/email/report20 votes
Thanks for the suggestion
I tried to add a scope with intention of initializing all the required variables in my logic app. It turns out that we cant use the variable initialization action inside a scope.
I would like to see ability to
1> Define variables within a scope
2>To be able to say if this is a local or a global variable.
This helps in many scenarios
1> grouping all variable initialization into single scope- logic app looks tidier
2> We might want to define few local variables.
At this moment Transform XML accepts only 1 input message. Can you add the support to accept multiple input messages (like: multi-part messages in BizTalk mapping)?17 votes
On rename auto update dependant actions15 votes
Coders like myself are very frustrated with the point and click paradigm - we prefer language and grammar. The current "code" view isn't really a legitimate offering in this respect. A good Logic Apps DSL is called for. I'll reference Power Query and "M" as an example where the code view was done right. You can have the language marshall back and forth to the current JSON representation, and that JSON would be behind the scenes or perhaps exposed with an "advanced mode" editor.13 votes
I want the ability to export my entire Logic App workflow to Visio with all the correct icons. This will be super useful for our documentation efforts and will eliminate the manual work.13 votes
Thanks for the suggestion.
There is vast community of .Net developers who would be using Logic apps in future. The devlopers are used to Visual Studio features like intellisense, it would be great if connectors can be configured using C# language and atleast have intellisense activated, so that it becomes easier to code wherever necesaary in Logic apps.12 votes
I assume this is more than just using C# functions in Logic Apps (supported today with Azure Functions) but rather a fluent API? Let us know
Allow logic app to remove the if no condition or allow logic app exit based on the if condition11 votes
I currently have a rather large and wide logic app which I am working on, I find myself wishing there was an easier way to be able to navigate around the logic app, my solution would be a minimap implementation similar to that used in games like Age of Empires which displays where on the Logic App I am looking and something I can interact with to quickly navigate around.10 votes
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