Logic App Tasks
  • 12 Feb 2024
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Many enterprises use Logic Apps to organize the actions that are involved in solving the business problem. The outcome of the Logic App runs may be either success or failure depending on the actions involved in the Logic App run.

A failed Logic App run can be resubmitted at some point in time which might result in a successful run.

Turbo360 provides the capability to automate the process of resubmitting the failed Logic App runs and facilitate the above-mentioned requirement.

Resubmitting failed runs

The Automated task can be configured to resubmit only the runs that are required by using the following filters:

  • Failure Occurrence: The Logic App runs failed in the past x hours (specified in the automated task creation) from the automated task run will be chosen for resubmission.

  • Failure Reason: The runs containing any of the provided Failure reasons will be resubmitted.

  • Trigger: The runs initiated by any of the selected Logic App triggers will be resubmitted.

  • Run Action: The runs having all the selected run actions in their corresponding expected state will be chosen. If the expected status chosen is Failed and if any failure reason is provided, the run will be resubmitted only if the failure reason of the run actions matches one of the provided reasons.

If no filters are chosen, all the failed Logic App runs will be resubmitted.

The below illustration is an example of resubmitting failed Logic App runs:



The final section of the Logic App Automated task configuration blade includes the notification configuration section, where users can configure the desired Notification channels and email address(es) to receive notifications for a group or individually.

Multiple email addresses can also be provided so that a group of users can get notifications and stay connected.

By checking one or both the options under Advanced settings, users can authorize the task notifications to be received in specific situations:

  • Send alerts only when the automated task fails - By enabling this checkbox, the user will receive notifications only if the task fails.

  • Send alerts only when the completed count is greater than 0 - By enabling this checkbox, the user will receive notifications only when the task completion count is greater than 0.

Upon checking both checkboxes, the user will be notified if the task fails (or) the completion count exceeds 0.


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