Differences between connnectors created with Logic App Consumption vs Standard (portal)

Mike Lee 206 Reputation points

I've created Logic App connectors via the portal for both consumption and standard. I've noticed that:

  1. At first glance they both look very similar when viewing their properties. However, the connector that was created for Logic Apps Standard has one extra option on the left hand pane for Access Policies
  2. Connectors created in Logic App Standard cannot be used by a consumption Logic and (and vice-versa)

When I look at the ARM template for both connectors the only difference I see at a high level is that the "kind" property for the consumption connector is V1 whereas the standard connector is V2.

Are there any major differences between these two connectors? When deploying via ARM do I simply need to specify a different kind version number depending on whether I'm deploying a connector for Standard vs Consumption?



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  1. VenkateshDodda-MSFT 19,616 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Mike Lee Thanks you for reaching out to Microsoft Q&A, apologize for any inconvenience caused on this.

    • Logic App Standard have an extra option for Access Policies. This is because Logic App Standard runs in a single-tenant environment, whereas Logic App Consumption runs in a multi-tenant environment. Access Policies allow you to control who can access your connector in a single-tenant environment.
    • Connectors created for Logic App Standard cannot be used by a Logic App Consumption and vice versa. This is because they are designed to run in different environments and have different capabilities.

    When deploying connectors via ARM, you do need to specify a different kind version number depending on whether you're deploying a connector for Standard or Consumption. Connectors created for Logic App.

    Yes, Standard Logic Apps use V2 Version and Consumption Logic Apps uses V1 version.

    Feel free to reach back to me if you have any further questions on this.

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