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Microsoft Azure – Creating an HTTP Trigger with Azure Logic Apps

  • Last Updated : 30 Jul, 2021

In this article, we will look into how to set up an HTTP Request Trigger that could be used in an Azure Logic App. These triggers get activated whenever an event occurs. The event needs to be decided by the trigger creator.

Follow the below steps to create an HTTP trigger with Azure Logi Apps:

Step 1: If we want to create a Logic App, the first thing we’ll do is click on “Create Resource” in the Azure Portal. 

Step 2: Now in the Marketplace, we’ll type in Logic App and select it.



Step 3: Now click on that, and hit “Create.” 

Step 4: We need to get our Logic App a name. Then we’ll select the resource group that we want to put this in. Then we’ll select the Region and we’ll hit the “Create” button. 

Step 5: Now that our resource is created, we’ll need to click on the “Go to Resource” notification. Now, we are taken it to an area where we could get started creating Logic Apps using some of these common triggers.  Here we want to trigger our Logic App with HTTP Requests. So we are going to select the same.

Step 6: Now we can start editing our HTTP Request. We could use the JSON schema to validate some of our HTTP Requests. We will create a new schema here that we are going to use. We want to call this message, and we’ll hit “Submit” to generate a new JSON Schema. 

Step 7: Now, we’ll copy it to the clipboard. Back inside of Logic Apps, we’ll hit the “Edit” button and we’ll paste in the “Requests Body JSON Schema.” 

Whenever we send over an HTTP Request, Logic Apps will use a schema to validate that the payload is as it should be. Now we can continue working with my Logic App by adding things like more actions and conditions. That’s how easy it is for you to set up an HTTP Request Trigger that’s going to be able to start your Logic App workflow.

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