This article explains a quick and dirty fix when you get an error somewhat like this: “UsageConfigurationNotSupportedInSubscription” when you’re deploying an Azure Logic App from a template. The same fix will probably apply to a number of other issues – but don’t hold me accountable for this :) Anyway – on to the topic of the day! Problem Can you tell by some of my recent blog posts that I’ve been deploying a few Logic Apps recently? :) Today, my Azure Logic App deployment from…Continue reading How to fix a Logic App deployment that failed with error “UsageConfigurationNotSupportedInSubscription”?
This article explains how you can export a Microsoft Power Automate Flow from, well, Microsoft Power Automate, and nicely and easily import it to Azure Logic Apps. I’ll explain the process step-by-step, and also explain solutions to a few hurdles you might run into! But first, let’s take a look at why you might want to consider taking this step in the first place, shall we? Why move to Logic Apps? Ah, a valid question. There are plenty of possible reasons why you might want…Continue reading How to move your Microsoft PowerAutomate Flow to Logic Apps?
This article explains a quick and dirty fix when you get an error somewhat like “ApiNotFound” when you’re deploying an Azure Logic App from a template. This seems to be a very typical hurdle to run into when you’re trying to deploy a PowerAutomate Flow you’ve exported. I guess despite being built on the same platform, Flow developers took some liberties and the migration is not quite as painless as one would hope… :) Anyway – on to the topic of the day! Problem This…Continue reading How to fix a Logic App deployment that failed with the error “ApiNotFound”?
This article explains one possible fix to “LinkedAuthorizationFailed” when you’re deploying a Logic App from an Azure Automation template. Maybe it’ll apply to other cases, too – but in my case, it helped me fix a broken template I had exported from Power Automate and was bringing into Logic Apps. Problem So, another fun issue to solve! The actual error you run into might be something along these lines: The client has permission to perform action ‘Microsoft.Logic/integrationAccounts/join/action’ on scope ‘/subscriptions/[your subscription id here]/resourcegroups/[your app resource…Continue reading How to fix “LinkedAuthorizationFailed” when deploying an Azure Logic App?