Add artifacts to your integration service environment (ISE) in Azure Logic Apps

After you create an integration service environment (ISE), add artifacts such as logic apps, integration accounts, and connectors so that they can access the resources in your Azure virtual network.

Prerequisites

Create logic apps

To build logic apps that run in your integration service environment (ISE), follow these steps:

  1. Find and open your ISE, if not already open. From the ISE menu, under Settings, select Logic apps > Add.

    Add new logic app to ISE

    -or-

    From the main Azure menu, select Create a resource > Integration > Logic App.

  2. Provide the name, Azure subscription, and Azure resource group (new or existing) to use for your logic app.

  3. From the Location list, under the Integration service environments section, select your ISE, for example:

    Select integration service environment

    Important

    If you want to use your logic apps with an integration account, those logic apps and the integration account must use the same ISE.

  4. Continue creating your logic app in the usual way.

    For differences in how triggers and actions work and how they're labeled when you use an ISE compared to the global Logic Apps service, see Isolated versus global in the ISE overview.

  5. To manage logic apps and API connections in your ISE, see Manage your integration service environment.

Create integration accounts

Based on the ISE SKU selected at creation, your ISE includes specific integration account usage at no additional cost. Logic apps that exist in an integration service environment (ISE) can reference only integration accounts that exist in the same ISE. So, for an integration account to work with logic apps in an ISE, both the integration account and logic apps must use the same environment as their location. For more information about integration accounts and ISEs, see Integration accounts with ISE.

To create an integration account that uses an ISE, follow these steps:

  1. Find and open your ISE, if not already open. From the ISE menu, under Settings, select Integration accounts > Add.

    Add new integration account to ISE

    -or-

    From the main Azure menu, select Create a resource > Integration > Integration Account.

  2. Provide the name, Azure subscription, Azure resource group (new or existing), and pricing tier to use for your integration account.

  3. From the Location list, under the Integration service environments section, select the same ISE that your logic apps use, for example:

    Select integration service environment

  4. Link your logic app to your integration account in the usual way.

  5. Continue by adding artifacts to your integration account, such as trading partners and agreements.

  6. To manage integration accounts in your ISE, see Manage your integration service environment.

Add ISE connectors

You can add Microsoft-managed connectors that available to use in your ISE but aren't deployed in your ISE.

  1. On your ISE menu, under Settings, select Managed connectors. On the toolbar, select Add.

    View managed connectors

  2. On the Add a new managed connector pane, open the Find connector list. If the connector that you want is available, select that connector, and then select Create.

    The list shows only those connectors that are eligible but aren't deployed in your ISE. Connectors that are already deployed in your ISE appear unavailable for selection.

    Select eligible connector

Create custom connectors

To use custom connectors in your ISE, create those custom connectors from directly inside your ISE.

  1. Find and open your ISE, if not already open. From the ISE menu, under Settings, select Custom connectors > Add.

    Create custom connector

  2. Provide the name, Azure subscription, and Azure resource group (new or existing) to use for your custom connector.

  3. From the Location list, under the Integration service environments section, select the same ISE that your logic apps use, and select Create, for example:

    Select integration service environment

  4. Select your new custom connector, and then select Edit, for example:

    Select and edit custom connector

  5. Continue by creating the connector in the usual way from an OpenAPI definition or SOAP.

  6. To manage custom connectors in your ISE, see Manage your integration service environment.

Next steps