Quickly rollback Azure Logic Apps to the Previous Version

By | June 2, 2018

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You can quickly rollback Azure Logic Apps to the previous version using Azure Logic App Versioning features. Versioning Azure Logic App is an excellent feature that you can use to update or rollback your logic app. In the previous post, we talked about how we can clone a Logic App to create a new one. In this post, we will check how logics app maintains different versions. And, how to rollback or promote to another version of the logic app.

Versioning Azure Logic App

Using versioning for Logic App is easy. You will find the “Versions” option under the “Developments Tools” in the Logic App Dashboard.

Quickly rollback Azure Logic Apps to Previous Version

Selecting the “Versions” option will list out all the different version created for that Logic App

Quickly rollback Azure Logic Apps-Versions

Click on any of the version. It will take you to the read-only design view for the selected version.

Quickly rollback Azure Logic - History

 

Quickly rollback Azure Logic

In this above case, we have selected the latest version from the list of versions, and the “Promote” button is disabled.  Select any of the Previous Version which you want to promote instead of the current version (Rolling back to the previous version). In this case, you will have the “Promote” button enabled.

Quickly rollback Azure Logic Apps - Promote

 

Select the Promote option. It will take you to Logic App Designer details for the selected version. There you can do the required modification, or just Save the Logic App to restore the previous version of Logic App.

Author: Abhijit Jana

Abhijit runs the Daily .NET Tips. He started this site with a vision to have a single knowledge base of .NET tips and tricks and share post that can quickly help any developers . He is a Former Microsoft ASP.NET MVP, CodeProject MVP, Mentor, Speaker, Author, Technology Evangelist and presently working as a .NET Consultant. He blogs at http://abhijitjana.net , you can follow him @AbhijitJana . He is the author of book Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide.

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