Create a custom connector in Azure Logic Apps
This topic is part of a tutorial series on creating and using custom connectors in Azure Logic Apps, Microsoft Flow, and PowerApps. Make sure you read the custom connector overview to understand the process.
In Logic Apps, you first create a custom connector (covered in this topic), and then you define the behavior of the connector using an OpenAPI definition or a Postman collection (covered in subsequent topics).
In the Azure portal, on the main Azure menu, choose New. In the search box, enter "logic apps connector" as your filter, and press Enter.
From the results list, choose Logic Apps Connector > Create.
Provide details for registering your connector as described in the table. When you're done, choose Pin to dashboard > Create.
Property Suggested value Description Name custom-connector-name "SentimentDemo" Subscription Azure-subscription-name Select your Azure subscription. Resource group Azure-resource-group-name Create or select an Azure group for organizing your Azure resources. Location deployment-region Select a deployment region for your connector.
After Azure deploys your connector, the custom connector menu opens automatically. If not, choose your custom connector from the Azure dashboard.
Now that you've created a custom connector in Logic Apps, you define the behavior of the connector using an OpenAPI definition or a Postman collection: