Actions: Actions refer to the changes directed by a User. For Ex. you can use an action to perform the operations like lookup, update, delete data in SQL Database. All actions will be directly mapped to operations defined in Swagger.
Triggers: Several connectors provide triggers that will help in notifying your app when specific events take place. Let us consider an example of an FTP connector that has the OnUpdatedFile trigger. You can build either a Logic App or a flow that listens to this trigger and performs action whenever the trigger fires.
There are two types of triggers.
Polling Triggers: These triggers are capable of calling your service at a particular frequency to check for new data. Whenever there is new data is available, it will cause a new run of your workflow instance with the data as input.
Push Triggers: These triggers are capable of listening for data on an endpoint, which means that they will wait for an event to occur. Whenever the event occurs, it causes a new run of your workflow instance.
Posted Date:- 2021-09-26 21:51:57