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The date has finally come for the move of this dev blog off the MSDN platform. After considering several options, I am moving to LinkedIn articles for sharing future updates about Azure, Logic Apps, BizTalk, B2B integration, iPaaS, XML, SAP, Flat File, .NET, APIM, Azure Functions, etc… Please go in the future to https://www.linkedin.com/today/author/daviburg Some of…


Troubleshooting SAP configuration for Azure Logic App SAP trigger

When you create a Logic App with the SAP connector trigger “When a message is received from SAP”, the configuration of SAP is non-trivial, especially for engineers not familiar with SAP. The first step is to create the connection itself. As you add for the first time either a trigger or an action from the…

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Responding back to SAP from Logic App

So you’ve registered SAP as a trigger in Azure Logic Apps, enabling SAP to call it as for any other RFC. But how do you parse the SAP request and respond back to it with actual content and not just a vanilla OK? If you enable the support for multiple RFCs by your Logic App…

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New Logic App connector error responses to SAP

The next update to On-Premises Data Gateway SAP Adapter component for Azure Logic Apps SAP connector will include implementation of error condition translation to ABAP exception or BAPI return depending of what is available in the invoked RFC metadata. This will come in use when using the SAP trigger of the connector (when a message…

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Logic Apps SQL trigger underlying mechanism to fire event on change

When an ‘item is created’ trigger for SQL in Logic App is used, how does the SQL connector query the change? The SQL connector uses a polling mechanism to query a table for changes using a TIMESTAMP / ROWVERSION column. This data type is specifically designed for this kind of processing in SQL. The polling…

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