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How to setup LogicApp Authorization Policy

How to use authorization policy in logic app.
I need this on http request trigger action...

I am searching for solution where LogicApp authorization policy is implemented....

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@TarunGarg-3625 You can configure authorization policy from Authorization blade of your logic apps.


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Please refer to Enable Azure Active Directory OAuth documentation to setup Authorization policy for a Logic App.


Can you please elaborate your ask - I need this on http request trigger action...


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I am looking for ref implementation of this authorization option... I tried few things using MSDN steps but not able to setup properly...

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@TarunGarg-3625 Sorry, but I not aware of any reference implementation for the same. can you please provide more details - are you getting any errors while setting it up ?

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@TarunGarg-3625 Can you please help providing more details if you are having any issues.


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