VS Code Debugging issue, show only single workflow as function even though there are multiple

Sumit Gaur 200 Reputation points


i am building a logic app standard locally on vs code which has multiple workflows. when i try to debug this logic app locally it only shows me the first created workflow in the debug screen while the other doesn't show up in debug screen.

if you look the screenshot it only shows only the initial workflow as function during debugging while rest do not show up in here, even though they are in the repository.

what could be the reason that is causing this?

Screenshot 2023-11-15 171948_Lapp


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  1. MuthuKumaranMurugaachari-MSFT 22,256 Reputation points

    Sumit Gaur Using Azure Logic Apps (Standard) extension, I have created two workflows in my dev machine one with service bus trigger and another with HTTP request. Both workflows are showed in the Terminal console as shown below:

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    From your example, if you don't see Stateful1 workflow, then it is possible that a trigger is not configured in the workflow (or saved). Please validate and make sure a trigger is saved and reflected in the workflow.json (a workflow without trigger will not be displayed) for Stateful1.

    If your workflow has trigger configured, then please open a new issue in LogicAppsUX repo with details such as Logic Apps (Standard) vs code version, Core tools version, Functions runtime version etc. along with workflow.json, local.settings.json. This will greatly help in reproducing the issue and right place to track the extension related issues (and fixes).

    I hope this helps and let me know if any questions.

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