Microsoft Flow Connectors
  • 25 Apr 2022
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Microsoft Flow Connectors

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To use Atomic Scope with microsoft flow , you need to add a resource in Atomic Scope which will provide you a link to download the Microsoft Flow connectors. The connectors should be further imported in Microsoft Flow Environment to leverage Atomic Scope. Know more about configuration

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Importing Atomic Scope connectors

After adding the resource , goto MICROSOFT FLOW and under Data - Custom Connectors click on Create Custom Connector and choose Import on OpenAPI File and import all the four connectors which are downloaded from Atomic Scope and provide it with a Friendly name.
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  • During the import on the first dialogue you need to manually replace the host URL to the URL of AtomicScope's function App .
  • The URL of the Atomic Scope function app can be obtained by navigating to the Azure portal - > Resource Group ( where Atomic Scope is deployed ) and click on the FunctionApp

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  • After obtaining the URL paste in the Host field and click on Update connector
  • The similar process needs to followed for all four connectors.

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Creating a Basic Flow

  • Goto Microsoft Flow
  • To create a new Flow , navigate to My Flows and click on New->Create from Blank

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  • After the designer window appears, search for Request and find the trigger and select it.

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  • Now that we already imported Atomic Scope's connectors in previous step, we can create an activity.
  • Search for Start Activity and you will find the Start Activity action of Atomic Scope.

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  • Enter the relevant Business Process configuration details in the connector.
  • The ResourceId that is generated as part of adding the resource should be sent in the AS-ResourceId parameter when making use of Microsoft Flow activities.

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