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Zip file as a web activity output

Hello All,

I have a requirement, where by .zip files will be output from a web activity. I would need to copy/pass those .zip files into blob storage. Could you advise how it can be achieved ?

(Please note, I am not using REST API as a source. I have a three-step process in extracting a .zip file from a REST endpoint.)

As shown in the attachment, the red-circled web activity will provide a .zip file. I need to store/copy that .zip file into blob storage for further processing.

Any inputs will be highly helpful. Thank you.

Regards,
Mahesh


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@maheshkumarssm-8330 Thanks for using Microsoft Q&A !!
I do not think we have a direct way of doing that but you can try sending the output of your web activity to another Web Activity which calls a blob REST API to store your .zip file to a blob.


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Thanks Saurabh !

I am trying with the blob REST API now. If you have worked on it before, could you advise how should the Shared Key authorization be framed ? May be, share a sample, if possible..


Regards,
Mahesh


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@maheshkumarssm-8330 sorry but I do not have any samples for the same but can you try referring to the below documents if this helps -

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Noted with thanks, @SaurabhSharma-msft !

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