Today, we're focusing on how to integrate existing workflows into a new Logic Apps Workspace project that includes custom .NET FX code. The process involves relocating elements from one project to another, like Artifacts (Maps and Schemas), multiple workflows, and Azure connections. The steps to achieve this are as follows:
The task of extending an existing project to a new Logic Apps Workspace project that encompasses custom .NET FX code is essentially a project migration plan. In order to successfully carry out the plan, it is crucial to understand how to export and import all necessary elements such as Artifacts (Maps and Schemas), multiple workflows, and Azure connections. Understanding the new project landscape is essential as it will involve creating a new logic app workspace and integrating pre-existing schemas or maps if applicable. Therefore, meticulous planning and execution are keys to executing this task smoothly and efficiently.
To add existing workflows to a new Logic Apps Workspace project that includes custom .NET FX code, there are a few steps to take. First, create a new Logic Apps Workspace and fill out the required prompts such as the Workspace, Namespace, and Function name. Next, if there are any schemas or maps in the existing project, they should be imported into the new project. Additionally, all existing workflows should be copied into the new project. Finally, any Azure connections used in the existing project should also be copied over. Once these steps are completed, the existing workflows will have been successfully added to the new Logic Apps Workspace project.
It is important to ensure that the Logic Apps and the custom .NET FX code are in the same Azure region when copying them over. Additionally, when copying workflows into the new project, it is important to ensure that the connections and triggers used in the existing project are also available in the new project. This can be done by manually adding the connections or triggers, or by using the same connection string in both projects.
After completing these steps, the existing workflows will have been successfully added to the new Logic Apps Workspace project. This process allows for existing workflows to be used in the new project, while also taking advantage of custom .NET FX code for more advanced features.
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