By using the recurrence trigger, you can create powerful workflows in the cloud.
For example, you can:
- Schedule a workflow to run a SQL stored procedure every day.
- Email a summary of all tweets within the last week about a certain hashtag.
To get started using the recurrence trigger in a logic app, see Create a logic app.
Use a recurrence trigger
A trigger is an event that can be used to start the workflow that is defined in a logic app. Learn more about triggers.
Here’s an example sequence of how to set up a recurrence trigger in a logic app:
- Add the Recurrence trigger as the first step in a logic app.
- Fill in the parameters for the recurrence interval.
The logic app now starts a run after each interval of time.
The recurrence trigger has the following properties that you can configure.
It fires a logic app after a specified time interval. A * means that it is a required field.
|Display name||Property name||Description|
|Frequency*||frequency||The unit of time:
|Interval*||interval||The interval of the given frequency for the recurrence.|
|Time Zone||timeZone||If a start time is provided without a UTC offset, this time zone will be used.|
|Start time||startTime||The start time in ISO 8601 format.|