Azure Table storage bindings for Azure Functions

Azure Functions integrates with Azure Storage via triggers and bindings. Integrating with Table storage allows you to build functions that read and write Table storage data.

Action Type
Read table storage data in a function Input binding
Allow a function to write table storage data Output binding

Packages - Functions 2.x and higher

The Table storage bindings are provided in the Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs.Extensions.Storage NuGet package, version 3.x. Source code for the package is in the azure-webjobs-sdk GitHub repository.

Add support in you preferred development environment using the following methods.

Development environment Application type To add support
Visual Studio C# class library Install the NuGet package
Visual Studio Code Based on core tools Register the extension bundle

Installing the Azure Tools extension is recommended.
Any other editor/IDE Based on core tools Register the extension bundle
Azure Portal Online only in portal Installs when adding a binding

See Update your extensions to update existing binding extensions without having to republish your function app.

Packages - Functions 1.x

The Table storage bindings are provided in the Microsoft.Azure.WebJobs NuGet package, version 2.x. Source code for the package is in the azure-webjobs-sdk GitHub repository.

Support for this binding is automatically provided in all development environments. You don't have to manually install the package or register the extension.

Azure Storage SDK version in Functions 1.x

In Functions 1.x, the Storage triggers and bindings use version 7.2.1 of the Azure Storage SDK (WindowsAzure.Storage NuGet package). If you reference a different version of the Storage SDK, and you bind to a Storage SDK type in your function signature, the Functions runtime may report that it can't bind to that type. The solution is to make sure your project references WindowsAzure.Storage 7.2.1.

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