Summary To break this series apart into more manageable chunks, in this installment, we’ll focus on setting up the API in Azure API Management (APIM) and the custom connector. If you missed the first installment where we set up our On-Premises Data Gateway and Azure Logic App, please check it out here. Scenario The company has an on-premises SQL Server database that contains customer data that needs to be available to various apps built on the Power Platform and/or Azure. […]

An issue often faced when writing a client for an API, is how to best go about programmatically when interacting with it. You could write your own HttpClient calls, use a 3rd-party library like RESTSharp, or hope that someone has already produced an SDK for your target client language/framework. In this case .NET. Refit steps in to solve the problem of SDK development. Inspired by Square’s Retrofit library, Refit turns a REST API into a live interface. In this blog […]