This post extends what I wrote in a previous one about Try-Catch pattern in Microsoft Flow. In this writing I am focusing on how you can log errors that occurs in your Microsoft Flows in a single place, using Azure Application Insights.(more…)
This may seem trivial, but if you want to create a Flow, that is parameterized, where a name of a group and list of members is passed as the request parameters then it turns out it is not that straightforward.
In Microsoft Flow there is a set of actions, that allow to work with Office 365 Groups. There is also one dedicated to adding new members (only “Members”. There is no way currently to add “Owners”).
When you want to call methods or objects in C# code, you must declare them with “using” statement. But what if the package is not available? Then you must first make a reference to it. When programming in local environment it just require to upload needed dlls into the project. But what when you are not using desktop IDE, but through the Azure console?