Workflow() function - Difference Between Logic Apps Standard and Consumption

MalcolmK 21 Reputation points


There is a significant difference between the Logic Apps Standard and Consumption "workflow()" function.

In Standard the workflow function only shows the very basic information about the workflow itself and nothing like the amount of information shown in consumption.

We wanted to use the same error processes we have for consumption in a standard Logic App but Standard workflow() function does not contain any information about resource groups, location and the actual name logic app hosting the workflow etc.

But if you hit the info button on a logic apps std workflow run then you do get a lot more info including resource group, logic app etc, so why is this not available on the workflow function?


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  1. MikeUrnun 8,346 Reputation points

    Hello @MalcolmK - I believe the particular data points are absent due to the nature of how the Logic Apps Standard can be hosted anywhere so it probably doesn't make assumptions about those data points such as resource group, location, etc.

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  1. MalcolmK 21 Reputation points


    Thanks for the information, thats a good point, so we have come up with another way of dealing with the requirements

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