You are developing a new Azure Logic App. The Logic App requires a custom action to evaluate data from an internal

– You are developing a new Azure Logic App. The Logic App requires a custom action to evaluate data from an internal, proprietary system.
– You create a custom ASP.NET Web API to retrieve data from the system and update the Logic App to use the API.
– The Logic App generates a timeout error when it requests data from the API.
– You need to eliminate the timeout error and allow the Logic App to retrieve data by using the API.
What should you do?
A. Update the API to immediately return an HTTP ‘102 PROCESSING’ response when a request is received and an HTTP ‘205 RESET CONTENT’ response when the data is returned from the system.
B. Update the Logic App to use a new HTTP Web hook trigger to call out to the API’s newly-created subscribe and unsubscribe methods.
C. Update the API to immediately return an HTTP ‘202 ACCEPTED’ response when a request is received and a ‘200 OK’ response when the data is returned from the system.
D. Update the Logic App adding a wait action to include the interval object’s unit and count properties set to valid values.

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