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“Unlock New Possibilities with Azure-Based Custom Connectors for Logic Apps Standard!”

What Are Azure Based Custom Connectors?
Azure based Custom Connectors are an extension of the Logic Apps capabilities that allow users to create custom connectors that operate on Azure. This allows users to easily connect their own data sources, APIs, and services to the Logic Apps and automate their processes with ease. With this new capability, users can add additional services to their Logic Apps that are not already supported by the existing connectors or create custom connectors for their existing services.

Benefits of Azure Based Custom Connectors
Azure based Custom Connectors offer a number of benefits, including:

* Easy integration with existing services and APIs.
* Automatic generation of code for the custom connector.
* Customizable user interface for the connector.
* Ability to add custom actions to the connectors.
* Ability to modify and extend the existing connectors.

How to Create an Azure Based Custom Connector
Creating an Azure based Custom Connector is relatively simple. All you need to do is to open the Azure Portal and select the Logic Apps service. Then, select “Create”, and then select “Custom Connector”. From there, you will be able to configure the custom connector, adding the necessary fields and actions.

Step 1: Select the “Custom Connector” Template
First, you need to select the “Custom Connector” template. This will open up a new window where you can configure the custom connector.

Step 2: Configure the Custom Connector Settings
In this step, you need to configure the custom connector settings. This includes setting the connector name, setting the authentication type, setting the scope, and other settings. You will also need to specify the endpoint URL for the connector.

Step 3: Add the Actions to the Custom Connector
Now, you need to add the actions to the custom connector. This includes specifying the action name, the action type, the available parameters, and any other settings for the action.

Step 4: Test the Custom Connector
Once you have configured the custom connector and added the necessary actions, you can now test it. This can be done by using the “Test” button in the Azure Portal. This will allow you to test the connector and make sure it is working properly.

Step 5: Publish the Custom Connector
Finally, once you have tested the custom connector and are satisfied with the results, you can now publish it. This can be done by selecting the “Publish” button in the Azure Portal. This will make the connector available to all users in the subscription.

Conclusion
Azure based Custom Connectors are a great way to extend the capabilities of the Logic Apps and make it easier to integrate with existing services and APIs. The process of creating and publishing the custom connector is relatively simple and straightforward, and it provides a number of benefits for users. With this new capability, users can now create custom connectors for their existing services and add additional services to their Logic Apps that are not already supported by the existing connectors.

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