In Azure Logic Apps (and in Power Automate too) to execute actions only if another group of actions succeed or fail, you can group those actions inside a scope. This structure is useful when you want to organize actions as a logical group, evaluate that group’s status and perform actions that are based on the scope’s status. After all the actions in a scope finish running, the scope also gets its own status.
Using the scopeaction is a must when creating complex workflows and scopes permits you to implement error handling in cloud workflows (something like a Try-Catch method in C#). But how can you implement a good error handling with scopes?
When I have a cloud workflow, I love grouping actions together and when an action fails, I often want to retrieve the error detail and log it or send details about the exception to other systems (email message, Teams message, Application Insights logging and more).
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Azure Logic Apps: retrieving the exception details of an action group in a flow – Stefano Demiliani
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