For deploying workflows across different environments, one of the important activities is to parameterize the API connections. With the latest update of the logic apps extension (starting on version 1.0.40) parametrization of the Logic Apps Standard apps becomes easier, as now both runtime and designer support the interpolation of app settings or parameter references. More details on this concept are explained in the blog- Parameterizing Managed Connections with Logic Apps Standard - Microsoft Community Hub
In this article, we will walk through the process of parameterizing different connection types.
In this example, we are using:
A managed API connection to connect to Azure Service bus,
A built-in API connection to connect to Azure blob,
A function connection to call a function app.
The Connections.json file looks like the snippet below when I create this workflow in VS Code.