Azure Storage

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This extension enables you to interact with Azure Storage – Blobs and Queues.

Connecting to the Storage Account

To connect to the storage account you need to use the connection string for your storage account in Azure Portal. You can get this in Azure Portal > Your Storage Account > Access Keys.

Azure Blob Storage

Save Blob

Creates or updates a blob in the given container.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Container Name (required): The name of the container.
  • File Name (required): The name of the file.
  • Content (required): The contents of the file in either string or byte array format.

Read Blob

Reads a blob from the given container with a particular file name.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Container Name (required): The name of the container.
  • File Name (required): The name of the file.

Delete Blob

Deletes a blob in the given container with a particular file name.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Container Name (required): The name of the container.
  • File Name (required): The name of the file.

Azure Queue Storage

Put Message

Puts a message in Azure Queue Storage.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Queue Name (required): Name of the queue.
  • Content (required): The content of the message.
  • Visibility Timeout: Integer value in seconds.
  • Message Time-to-Live: Integer value in seconds.

Get Messages

Gets messages from Azure Queue Storage.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Queue Name (required): Name of the queue.
  • Number of Messages: Integer value of messages to get. Max is 32.
  • Visibility Timeout: Integer value in seconds.

Peek Messages

Peeks messages from Azure Queue Storage.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Queue Name (required): Name of the queue.
  • Number of Messages: Integer value of messages to get. Max is 32.

Delete Message

Deletes a message from Azure Queue Storage.

  • Data Source (required): String value for the connection to the storage.
  • Queue Name (required): Name of the queue.
  • Message ID (required): The ID of the message to delete.
  • Pop Receipt (required): Receipt received when you perform a Get request.
Updated on February 28, 2020

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