Adjustments aimed directly by a User are referred to as actions. For example, you can use an action to perform SQL Database operations such as lookup, update, and delete data. All actions will be directly mapped to Swagger operations.
Triggers: Several connectors include triggers that will notify your app when certain events occur. Consider the case of an FTP connector with the OnUpdatedFile trigger. You can create a Logic App or a flow that listens for this trigger and takes action whenever it fires.
Triggers are classified into two types.
Polling Triggers: These triggers can call your service at a specific frequency to check for new data. When new data becomes available, it will trigger a new run of your workflow instance with the data as input.
Push Triggers: Such triggers can pay any attention to data on an endpoint, which means they will wait for an event to happen. When the event occurs, your workflow instance is restarted.
Posted Date:- 2021-09-26 22:11:50