- Microsoft account with access to Azure
- Microsoft account with access to Teams
- Enable the
- Configured a valid HTTPS external url (configuration)
Before getting started...
Since the framework V4 is still in active development, some of these instructions may be a little bit different. If you ever get stuck, have a look at the Official Bot Framework documentation.
Step by step instructions
These instructions will guide you through any steps required to be up and running with that channel.
1. Create a new application & generate a password
Log on to your account on Microsoft Azure
In the Azure portal, open the App registrations page.
New registration, then choose a name for your application.
In the section
Supported account types, choose
Accounts in any organizational directory and personal Microsoft accounts, then click on
Write down the value of
Application (client) ID, we'll need it later for the channel configuration.
Certificates & secrets, then click on
New client secret, then fill in the required fields.
Write down the value of the generated secret, you can't access it later
2. Create your bot
- Navigate to the Bot Framework Registration Page and fill the required informations:
- Display name
- Bot handle
- The Microsoft App ID (that we generated in step 1)
- Messaging endpoint (keep it blank for now - more on that later)
You can also fill the other fields as you wish, but they will not impact Botpress.
On the next page (
Connect to channels), under the section
Add a featured channel, click on
Configure Microsoft Teams Channel, then click on
Save. No other configuration is needed at this point.
3. Configure the channel on Botpress
Open MS Teams (either the web version or the desktop client), then start a new conversation. In the search bar, paste your microsoft App Id. You should see your registered bot.
Try talking to your bot. If you get a message saying that your bot has been disabled by administrator, you have to enable App sideloading in your microsoft admin portal. See this article for more details.
You can now continue to next section.
Copy the file
data/global/config/channel-teams.jsonto your bot-specific configuration folder:
Open the file, then set
true, and set your
appPasswordcreated in step 1
4. Final configuration
Start Botpress, then you should see your Messaging Endpoint in the startup logs.
Open the Bot Framework page, then click on the name of your bot.
Click on the
Settingstab, then scroll down to
Set the value of the endpoint that was displayed in the logs. If it is missing, it should looks like that: