WebHooks available for Logic apps

2. februar 2016

With the latest update for Logic apps, there is native support for triggering via WebHooks, including the ability for you to define a synchronous response to the trigger. This new feature includes:
  • Static endpoints, which are maintained across resource moves or subscription moves.
  • Full access to all of the headers and body of the trigger's request.
    • By having full access to the trigger's request, you can pass binary or XML content into a Logic app.
  • SAS style authentication.
    • You don't need to use Basic authentication anymore; you can paste the link and it'll automatically work.
  • Synchronous responses
    • You can define any status code, set of headers, or body (including binary) for all incoming requests.
webhookexmaple These features are available in the Code view when you use schema version 2015-08-01-preview. The graphical designer does not support them yet. With these changes, you can also view a new metric, Run Throttled Events, to see if your Logic app is being throttled because of the pricing tier. You no longer have to use the HTTP Listener API app because its key features are built in to the Logic apps engine. To see a demo and hear the full announcement, watch Logic Apps Live - Jan 28 2016.

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