Azure Functions samples in Java
This repository contains samples which show the basis usage of Azure Functions in Java.
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||The gradle configuration to this sample.|
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||Guidelines for contributing to the sample.|
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- Gradle 4.10+
- Latest Function Core Tools
- Azure CLI. This plugin use Azure CLI for authentication, please make sure you have Azure CLI installed and logged in.
az login az account set -s <your subscription id>
- Update the Application settings in Azure portal with the required parameters as below
- AzureWebJobsStorage: Connection string to your storage account
- CosmosDBDatabaseName: Cosmos database name. Example: ItemCollectionIn
- CosmosDBCollectionName:Cosmos database collection name. Example: ItemDb
- AzureWebJobsCosmosDBConnectionString: Connection string to your Cosmos database
- AzureWebJobsEventGridOutputBindingTopicUriString: Event Grid URI
- AzureWebJobsEventGridOutputBindingTopicKeyString: Event Grid string
- AzureWebJobsEventHubSender, AzureWebJobsEventHubSender_2 : Event hub connection string
- AzureWebJobsServiceBus: Service bus connection string
- SBQueueName: Service bus queue name. Example: test-input-java
- SBTopicName: Service bus topic name. Example: javaworkercitopic2
- SBTopicSubName: Service bus topic name. Example: javaworkercisub
host.jsonwith the right extension bundle version.
V3 - [1.*, 2.0.0) and V4 - [2.*, 3.0.0)
Running the sample
./mvnw clean package azure-functions:run
./gradlew clean azureFunctionsRun
Deploy the sample on Azure
./mvnw clean package azure-functions:deploy
./gradlew clean azureFunctionsDeploy
NOTE: please replace '/' with '\' when you are running on windows.
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If you would like to opt out of sending telemetry data to Microsoft, you can set
allowTelemetry to false in the plugin configuration.
Please read our document to find more details about allowTelemetry.