Azure Logic App (Consumption) is one of the most used integration services for orchestrating critical workflows, and an error in it would essentially affect your business continuity.
By default, Logic App allows handling errors using the Configure run after settings at a per action level. For more complex scenarios, it can be done by setting up Scope action and implementing try-catch or try-catch-finally statements.
This video aims to explain and discuss error handling within Logic Apps and explore the implementation of a try-catch-finally statement. Even though we are using Logic Apps Consumption for this proof of concept, the same principles will be applied to Logic Apps Standard.
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Big thanks to my team member Luís Rigueira for creating this video.