Tutorial by Examples: azur



In the Web App blade of the Azure Portal, click All settings > WebJobs to show the WebJobs blade: Click Add. The Add WebJob dialog appears. Under Name, provide a name for the WebJob. The name must start with a letter or a number and cannot contain any special characters other than...
Classic (Service Management) mode: Add-AzureAccount This will authenticate you using Azure Active Directory, and PowerShell gets an access token that expires after about 12 hours. So you must repeat the authentication after 12 hours. An alternative is to run the following cmdlet: Get-AzurePubl...
To start the registration for push notifications you need to execute the below code. // registers for push var settings = UIUserNotificationSettings.GetSettingsForTypes( UIUserNotificationType.Alert | UIUserNotificationType.Badge | UIUserNotificationType.Sound, new NSSet()); ...
Implementation on Android is a bit more work and requires a specific Service to be implemented. First lets check if our device is capable of receiving push notifications, and if so, register it with Google. This can be done with this code in our MainActivity.cs file. protected override void OnCrea...
On Windows Phone something like the code underneath needs to be implemented to start working with push notifications. This can be found in the App.xaml.cs file. protected async override void OnLaunched(LaunchActivatedEventArgs e) { var channel = await PushNotificationChannelManager.CreatePush...
To determine the version of Azure PowerShell that you have installed, run the following: Get-Module -ListAvailable -Name Azure -Refresh This command returns the installed version even when you haven't loaded the Azure PowerShell module in your current PowerShell session.
Azure Cmdlets let you perform some of the same actions on Azure assets through PowerShell that you would using C# code or the Azure portal. For example, these steps let you download the contents of an Azure blob into a local directory: New-Item -Path .\myblob -ItemType Directory $context = New-Az...
There’s no API that can rename the blob file on Azure. This code snippet demonstrates how to rename a blob file in Microsoft Azure Blob Storage. StorageCredentials cred = new StorageCredentials("[Your storage account name]", "[Your storage account key]"); CloudBlobContainer c...
Log on to the Azure classic portal. In the left navigation pane of the portal, click Service Bus. In the lower pane of the portal, click Create. In the Add a new namespace dialog, enter a namespace name. The system immediately checks to see if the name is available. After...
Log on to the Azure classic portal. In the left navigation pane of the portal, click Service Bus. Select the namespace that you would like to create the queue in. In this case, it is “mytestns1.” Select Queues. Select New in the bottom left corner, then select Quick Creat...
This sample demonstrates how to import the worksheet Azure Excel file blob to DB on the Azure SQL Server and how to export it from DB to Azure Excel blob. Prerequisites: Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 version Open XML SDK 2.5 for Microsoft Office An Azure storage account Azure SQL Server Add...
Storage options in Azure provide a "REST" API (or, better, an HTTP API) The Azure SDK offers clients for several languages. Let's see for example how to initialize one of the storage objects (a queue) using the C# client libraries. All access to Azure Storage is done through a storage ac...
# 1. Login Azure by admin account Add-AzureAccount # # 2. Select subscription name $subscriptionName = Get-AzureSubscription | Select -ExpandProperty SubscriptionName # # 3. Create storage account $storageAccountName = $VMName # here we use VMName to play the storage account name and create...
There’s no API that can break the locked lease of blob storage in Microsoft Azure . This code snippet demonstrates break the locked lease of blob storage in Microsoft Azure (PowerShell). $key = (Get-AzureRmStorageAccountKey -ResourceGroupName $selectedStorageAccount.ResourceGroupName -name $select...
Azure SQL Database has different editions and performance tiers. You can find version, edition (basic, standard, or premium), and service objective (S0,S1,P4,P11, etc.) of SQL Database that is running as a service in Azure using the following statements: select @@version SELECT DATABASEPROPERTYEX...
You can scale-up or scale-down Azure SQL database using ALTER DATABASE statement: ALTER DATABASE WWI MODIFY (SERVICE_OBJECTIVE = 'P6') -- or ALTER DATABASE CURRENT MODIFY (SERVICE_OBJECTIVE = 'P2') If you try to change service level while changing service level of the current database is sti...
You can create a secondary replica of database with the same name on another Azure SQL Server, making the local database primary, and begins asynchronously replicating data from the primary to the new secondary. ALTER DATABASE <<mydb>> ADD SECONDARY ON SERVER <<secondaryserver&gt...
You can put your azure SQL Database in SQL elastic pool: CREATE DATABASE wwi ( SERVICE_OBJECTIVE = ELASTIC_POOL ( name = mypool1 ) ) You can create copy of an existing database and place it in some elastic pool: CREATE DATABASE wwi AS COPY OF myserver.WideWorldImporters ( SERVICE_OBJECTIV...
As with everything in Windows Azure, You have to have a Windows Azure account and an Azure Subscription. After you have both, go to https://portal.azure.com. From here, you can add new resources to your Azure subscription. Click New on the left menu.A new blade will be added to the right of you...
Before getting started, make sure you have the latest Azure PowerShell installed. Once installed, start an Azure PowerShell session from your machine. First, you'll need to log in and authenticate to Windows Azure. Add-AzureRmAccount You'll receive a dialog box asking for your Azure credentials...

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