Logic Apps

Deprecated Actions

Phil Cole

As the connector ecosystem matures some actions within connectors and perhaps even whole connectors are being deprecated. To avoid unexpected failures it’s useful to know when a connector or action is deprecated so that one can take action, such as migrating to an updated or alternate connector. This first post in a series of blog posts explains how to detect connectors or actions that have been deprecated using an Azure Durable Function and a Power Automate Custom Connector. We’ll extend this in later blog posts to make it more usable.