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Logic Apps Custom Connector

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A Logic Apps Custom Connector allows you to register a custom HTTP endpoint with operations that will be exposed within Azure Logic Apps
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Logic Apps Custom Connector

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A Logic Apps Custom Connector allows you to register a custom HTTP endpoint with operations that will be exposed within Azure Logic Apps

A Logic Apps Custom Connector allows you to register a custom HTTP endpoint with operations that will be exposed within Azure Logic Apps.

Use the Logic Apps Connector and editor to build and deploy custom APIs to be consumed within Logic Apps. These APIs can be any SOAP or RESTful endpoint, including Azure Web APIs, API Management APIs, Azure Functions, and more. Once created, you can open the connector editor to describe the endpoint (via OpenAPI definition or a postman collection), configure how it will display within the Logic Apps designer, and publish the changes.

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