What is an integration account?

An integration account allows enterprise integration apps to manage artifacts, including schemas, maps, certificates, partners and agreements. Any integration app you create uses an integration account to access these schemas, maps, certificates, and so on.

Create an integration account

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal. From the left menu, select More services.

    Select "More services"

  2. In the search box, type "integration" for your filter. In the results list, select Integration Accounts.

    Filter on "integration", select "Integration Accounts"

  3. At the top of the page, choose Add.

    Choose Add

  4. Name your integration account and select the Azure subscription that you want to use. You can either create a new Resource group or select an existing resource group. Then select a Location for hosting your integration account and a Pricing Tier.

    When you're ready, choose Create.

    Provide details for your integration account

    Azure provisions your integration account in the selected location, which should complete within 1 minute.

  5. Refresh the page. You see your new integration account listed.

    Your new integration account appears

Next, link the integration account that you created to your logic app.

To give your logic apps access to maps, schemas, agreements, and other artifacts in your integration account, link the integration account to your logic app.

Prerequisites

  • An integration account
  • A logic app
Note

Make sure your integration account and logic app are in the same Azure location before you begin.

  1. In the Azure portal, select your logic app, and check your logic app's location.

    Select your logic app, check location

  2. Under Settings, select Integration Account.

    Select "Integration Account"

  3. From the Select an Integration account list, select the integration account you want to link to your logic app. To finish linking, choose Save.

    Select your integration account

    You get a notification that shows your integration account is linked to your logic app, and that all artifacts in your integration account are now available to your logic app.

    Your logic app is linked to your integration account

Now that your integration account is linked to your logic app, you can use the B2B connectors in your logic apps. Some common B2B connectors include XML validation and flat file encode/decode.

Delete your integration account

  1. Select More services.

    Select "More services"

  2. In the search box, type "integration" for your filter. In the results list, select Integration Accounts.

    Filter on "integration", select "Integration Accounts"

  3. Select the integration account that you want to delete.

    Select integration account to delete

  4. On the menu, choose Delete.

    Choose "Delete"

  5. Confirm your choice to delete the integration account.

Move your integration account

To move an integration account to another Azure subscription or resource group, follow these steps.

Important

You must update all scripts to use the new resource IDs after you move an integration account.

  1. Select More services.

    Select "More services"

  2. In the search box, type "integration" for your filter. In the results list, select Integration Accounts.

    Filter on "integration", select "Integration Accounts"

  3. Select the integration account that you want to move. Under Settings, choose Properties.

    Select integration account to move. Under Settings, choose Properties

  4. Change the resource group or Azure subscription that's associated with your integration account.

    Choose Change resource group or Change subscription

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