Working On Integration Accounts


An integration account allows us to build enterprise applications to engage essentials, such as - agreements, partner, maps, schemas and certificates, especially if we develop an application which uses enterprise features. So, don’t forget to use integration account to build an enterprise application.

To complete this article, you need to have an Azure account. If you're new to Azure, I recommend reading Introduction to Azure

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The following are the requirements for completing the process described in this article.

  • Azure account
  • Logical app

If you don’t have Logical app, go through the following article to create a Logical app,

The following are the steps needed to be followed to create an Integration Account.

Log into Azure Management portal by clicking here.

Then, click New >> Enterprise Integration >> Integration Account (Preview) to create an Integration account.


Then, in integration account creation wizard, please compile all the mandatory fields, such as -

  • Name  
    Provide the valid name for Integration account.

  • Subscription
    Select your default subscription.

  • Resource group 
    Select default resource group in which you need to deploy your Integration account.

Finally, hit the "Create" button to create an Integration account. It takes some time to deploy and you get a toast when deployed successfully.

Now, it’s time to connect the Logic app with Integration account. So, open the Logic app and from the left side bar, under Settings, you will be able to find Integration account and click on it.


Then, select an Integration account that you have created and click Save button. Finally, you receive a toast as Integration account is linked to the Logic app.


In this article, we discussed creating and linking Integration account with Logical app. I hope, you enjoyed reading this article. Thanks for reading.

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