From time to time (or what seems like VERY often), you might not get the option for selecting your Azure subscription/resourcegroup in Visual Studio Logic Apps Designer, when you open a Logic Apps project. This happes even when you are logged into an Azure account.
This behavior happens because after you open a logic app’s .json file, Visual Studio caches the subscription for future use. To resolve this problem, try one of these steps:
– Rename the logic app’s .json file. The subscription cache depends on the file name.
– To remove previously selected subscriptions for all logic apps in
your solution, delete the hidden Visual Studio settings folder (.vs) in your solution’s directory. This location stores your subscription information.
The second option is most often the best option.