From Azure Queue to Azure Storage Blob Container From Azure Queue to Azure NoSQL CosmosDB Container Sources: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-add-output-binding-cosmos-db-vs-code?pivots=programming-language-csharp
Get specified field value… Note: Make sure you installed the Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.CosmosDB package. Created a CosmosDB connection string (Get string value from Azure Portal). Created a container called “leases” or set CreateLeaseCollectionIfNotExists =true.
Azure Function based on Web app sandbox. Web app need you to set the timezone in env settings first. The timetrigger attribute is the declaration part of the function. The environment variables will be checked here. If you do not set the environment variables about the time zone in advance, it will be processed according... » read more
Error: Get the following error when trying to process a json object within Azure Function. System.Private.CoreLib: Exception while executing function: xxxxxxxx. Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Host: Exception binding parameter 'myQueueItem'. System.Private.CoreLib: The input is not a valid Base-64 string as it contains a non-base 64 character, more than two padding characters, or an illegal character among the padding characters.... » read more
Azure functions with Storage Queue trigger has a built in retry logic based on the dequeue count of the message in the queue. You can configure the frequency of the retry in the bindings either through code or host.json. After the max number of retry, the message will be placed in the <queue-name>-poison queue. visibilityTimeout property... » read more
Example 1: Display queue message. Example 2: Place queue item in Blob container. Sources: https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/blob-triggers-and-queue-storage-trigger-azure-functions/
To get an environment variable or an app setting value, use System.Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable, as shown in the following code example: local.settings.json Note: Microsoft recommends this method because it works both locally with local.settings.json and in Azure. App settings can be read from environment variables both when developing locally and when running in Azure. When developing locally,... » read more