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How to integrate Bot Framework Bot developed in dot net to power virtual agent

How to integrate Bot Framework Bot developed in dot net to power virtual agent

The steps given here are not matching with interface

is it possible to deploy dialogs developed using Bot framework to Power Virtual agent similar to how we are able to deploy Bot Composer dialogs/topics

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Hi @Varan ,


Yes, but you need to follow some requirements to allow this integration.

Basically, when you develop bots using Bot Framework with .NET (C#), you will add as a skill inside the PVA.

Use Microsoft Bot Framework skills - Power Virtual Agents | Microsoft Docs

Implement a skill for Power Virtual Agents - Bot Service | Microsoft Docs

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Can I get some details on converting the existing Bot framework Bot developed in .NET into Skill, or integrate with PVA. There is one in msdocs, ; The instructions don't match with current  power apps environment.  i cannot locate the export of entities as listed in this article


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