Where to find the private key of a member in azure blockchain service

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I am trying to create a logic app on azure with an Ethereum connector, where I am being asked to provide a private key for my Ethereum member. I can find the public key in the transaction nodes section of the Azure portal, but where can I find the private key? Is the private key the same as the access code?

This question asks the same problem, but the answer provided does not solve the problem: How can I obtain private key from Azure Blockchain Service?

Mar 29 in Blockchain by Soham
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As per the article, the method used to get the PK is via MetaMask and works. If you connect to your Azure Blockchain Service via an RPC connection will allow you to get the private key as per described in the article. This key you'll get will work in your LogicApps connection.
answered Mar 31 by Rahul
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