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Trigger connector in Logic Apps (sharepoint)

Hi,

I'm currently using Power Automate to do a lot of work for the org that I work for and a lot of it revolves around SharePoint.

Can someone please advise me on how the triggers work in Logic Apps? Does it work the same way as Power Automate or does it behave differently?

Thank you :)

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Hi @Danielx64-2741

Welcome to Microsoft Q&A! Thanks for posting the question.

The power automate and logic app are both workflow services that have nearly the same connectors. To learn more about power automation vs logic app please refer to this. To learn more on logic app trigger and action
You can refer to monitor and manage sharepoint resource with azure logic app to learn more on working with SharePoint connector in the logic app.
Refer to connector reference to learn more about sharepoint connector.


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Hi @MayankBargali-MSFT

Thank you for the quick response. I'm still going through the docs now, would I be right to say that if I have a connector that uses "When an item is created" in Logic Apps, would it go off the moment someone creates an item in that SharePoint list like it does in Power Automate? Or is there a delay of some sort?

I'm dealing with an environment with some 20+ (with more coming) Power Automate flows and looking at moving then to Logic Apps and some of those flows really need to fire the moment that someone creates a new item in some SharePoint lists.

Thank you :)

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@Danielx64-2741 The action will be trigger as soon when the item is created. It would be same as power automate workflow. But if there is some issue with the underlying logic app infrastructure then for business continuity and disaster recovery for Azure Logic Apps you can refer to this.

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