Logic apps started out with Foreach loops so you could iterate over an array of items and run an action for each item in that list. Today, Do-until loops and some other options give you more control:
- You can use a Do...until loop to repeat an action until a certain condition is met. For example, if you are deploying an Azure Resource Manager template, you can have a Do...until loop that checks the status of the deployment until the status equals 'Succeeded'.
- You can set a limit on how long the Do...until lasts.
- A native Wait action doesn't require the creation of an API app. This supports all of the capabilities of the Wait API app directly in the logic app's language.
- You can override the HTTP 202 async pattern that the engine uses. This is useful for "fire-and-forget" scenarios where you want to dispatch an HTTP call and do not care about the response.
Today, we also support cross-subscription moves. If you need to migrate a logic app between two different subscriptions, you can use the move API that's documented on MSDN
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