Also, each Blob can have one or more metadata properties to define what the Blob content is all about. The metadata properties are Name-Value collection of As mentioned before, the contents of every Blob on Microsoft Azure can be accessed by browsing its corresponding URI (REST).
Aug 06, 2018 · I think we will need to export the entities from the D365 instance to get the structure expected. Post this we will need to extract data from SQL as CSV files so that it matches the same format for the entities and then club it with the XML files at the Blob location and then upload the same using Logic APPS. Is that right?
The last expression in "Get blob content" action is body('List_blobs_2')?['value']?['Name'] =====Update===== 1. Delete the last action "Get blob content" of your logic app. 2. Then we start after the action "List blobs 2". Add two "Initialize variable". 3. Add another "For each" loop.
It was renamed to Web Apps in April 2015. WebJobs, applications that can be deployed to an App Service environment to implement background processing that can be invoked on a schedule, on demand, or run continuously. The Blob, Table and Queue services can be used to communicate between WebApps and WebJobs and to provide state. 
Jan 24, 2017 · More on Logic Apps can be read on Microsoft Docs: What are Logic Apps. Building a Logic App. Creating a Logic App is very straight forward. In Azure Portal, you can go to the market place, search for Logic App, select it, specify the details like shown in the picture below and hit create. Next step is to select a predefined template or blank.
First, you must send a GET request to Kinvey in order to retrieve the Google Cloud Storage URL associated with your file, as well as any metadata you stored when creating the file. Then, you will download your file directly from Google Cloud Storage. First, send a GET request to /blob/:appKey or /blob/:appKey/:fileId.
Feb 09, 2018 · The Logic App we are creating for this blog is very simple and has 4 steps. Step1 This is an HTTP trigger that can be called from the external application to trigger the Logic App. This is empty for this exercise, but will be used to pass the information to the Logic App from external data sources in future blogs. Step 2 This is the main step.