Logic App workflow
I am trying to automate alert for my enterprise's applications expiry.
Getting failed run status taking so long time to respond.
Could you help me to design for workflow steps.
thanks for your help.
@Santosh Savakar Thank you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A, apologize for any inconvenience caused on this.
Could you please elaborate more about the issue you are facing.
- What all the actions and triggers are in your workflow (what exactly your workflow does)? Are you using Standard logic app or Consumption logic app?
- As you have mentioned that "Getting failed run status taking so long time to respond" have you looked at the run history and respective failed actions ? If not, I would suggest you pick the last runid from run history and go through the individual action which is failing.
I am using Consumption logic app, I have 170+ apps in Enterprises Registration. steps I followed.
step-2: Initialized variable1 for appID and type string
step-3: Initialized variable2 for displayname and type string
step-4: Initialized variable3 for passwordCredential and type array.
step-5: HTTP: here I used GET method : https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/applications?$top=2&$select=id,appID,displayName,passwordCredentials
Authentication: active directory OAuth used and placed input Client ID, Secretes, Tenant
after this all configuration saved and run trigger
here I check run status is still running and took already 6 hours,
unable to get body code.
@Santosh Savakar Thanks for sharing the requested information,
In your earlier response you have mentioned "I check run status is still running and took already 6 hours," in consumption app service plan the http action maximum time out limit is 2 mins only as mentioned here.
Could you please check which action is taking longer time from the run history
Hello @Santosh Savakar ,
Following up to see if you have a chance to check my previous response and helped. Do let us know if you have any further questions on this.
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