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azure-sdk-for-net is a C# library typically used in Cloud, Azure applications. azure-sdk-for-net has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

This repository is for active development of the Azure SDK for .NET. For consumers of the SDK we recommend visiting our public developer docs or our versioned developer docs.

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              azure-sdk-for-net has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 3637 star(s) with 3406 fork(s). There are 1213 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 1556 open issues and 8148 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 230 days. There are 89 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of azure-sdk-for-net is Microsoft.Azure.Management.Chaos_0.9.15-preview.1

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            Community Discussions


            Can Azure Bot App Reg for Microsoft Teams use Single Tenant?
            Asked 2022-Mar-31 at 13:49

            Right now, I have MS Teams Bot running under App Registration configured to use "Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox)".

            To begin with, I did a research on that topic and I am writing this question having in mind following resources:

            All these answers, from my understanding, comes to this:

            • prior to late 2021 only Multi-tenant apps as bot identity were supported
            • now I should be able to use the Single-tenat for app registration, but that requires additional configuration
            • moment when mentioned changes are in effect is a moment when Bot is trying to authenticate

            As other bots imperatively (explicitly) authorize using ex. MicrosoftAppCredentials - MS Teams Bots have their authorization details configured declaratively in XML files like appsettings.json in bot service.

            How can I use Single tenant App Registration with Azure Bot used in MS Teams? Or is it not possible currently?

            For future reader: using the answer, I prepared two places where you can access TenantId of incoming activity to perform whitelisting validation (in Multi-tenant setup, because Single-tenant is still not working on Teams):

            1. In BotController:


            Answered 2022-Mar-31 at 11:01

            I ran into this with another user on this site recently, where Proactive Messaging would not work because they had selected Single Tenant. It's a recent option, and it seems broken from my research - I would go with the MultiTenant option. If you really need to block the bot from being accessible from other tenants (which could well be recommended as it's possible for a bot to be access by any user in any Teams tenant, it might be best to white-list your Tenant Id(s). There's an old sample on how to do this here - haven't tested if it's still working:



            Azure Blob Storage - container.GetBlobsByHierarchyAsync - not returning result
            Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 15:06

            I am working with an Azure Blob Storage container that has a number of fake folder structures within and where the file(s) are housed.

            I am trying to use this code block to get me the hierarchical values and the blobs so that I can return them to a calling method.



            Answered 2022-Mar-24 at 15:06

            I was able to get the data properly. Here's the code I used:



            Azure tableclient in console app using interactive authentication
            Asked 2022-Mar-23 at 15:58

            I'm trying to access Azure Table Storage using the TableClient class, but I want to authenticate using AzureAD credentials via the browser popup.

            I have tried 2 approaches and are sure I have things configured correctly in Azure, but I just keep getting

            This request is not authorized to perform this operation using this permission.

            Here is test code 1 using MSAL



            Answered 2022-Mar-23 at 15:58

            To access table data using your Azure AD credentials, your user account should be assigned either Storage Table Data Contributor or Storage Table Data Reader role.

            Please assign one of these roles to your user account and re-acquire the token. You should not get the error you are getting then.



            Get all container registries under a subscription - .NET Azure sdk
            Asked 2022-Feb-15 at 09:18

            Looking out for .NET SDK references to get a specified container registry or all the container registries in a resource group or the subscription.

            Need references apart from the REST API available:{subscriptionId}/providers/Microsoft.ContainerRegistry/registries?api-version=2019-05-01

            I have seen that the operation is available through Powershell and CLI cmdlet; Get-AzContainerRegistry and az acr list, but looking out for .NET SDK based library references (Azure.ResourceManager preferred) for the same.

            I have gone through, but there's no extension related to get a specific or list the container registries under a subscription.



            Answered 2022-Feb-15 at 09:18


            Visual Studio 2019 TokenService.exe has failed with unexpected error: TS003: Error, TS004: Unable to get access token
            Asked 2022-Jan-28 at 16:09




            Answered 2022-Jan-28 at 16:09

            Thanks to @Christopher Scott - the solution was to install the following NuGet package:



            Azure DeviceClient does not shut down dotnetty threads on program exit
            Asked 2022-Jan-25 at 22:08

            When using Microsoft.Azure.Devices.Client.DeviceClient .net framework 4.8 closing out the application leaves multiple Threads running. Specifically DotNetty.Common.dll! DotNetty.Common.Concurrency.SingleThreadEventExecutor.PollTask

            Versions 1.34.0 & 1.35.0 of Microsoft.Azure.Devices have this same problem. Are we using DeviceClient improperly? Is it a async thing im not understanding? Am i missing a call to shut it down properly?

            From examples online, i shouldn't have to do anything special and it should close it self out. However it still hangs, currently this is a close implementation. I have yet to make a stand alone, so i havent duplicated this problem with only DeviceClient Code running

            When the program exits, is_running gets set, and the program closes down other threads. Eventually we call Environment.Exit(0);

            This should be all the relevant code



            Answered 2022-Jan-25 at 22:08


            Not a configuration issue, a 'dot netty' bug was hanging. The fix, get a newer azure version Microsoft.Azure.Devices > 1.35.0



            Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus: should I remove ProcessMessageAsync handler from ServiceBusProcessor on disposing?
            Asked 2021-Nov-12 at 10:22

            I am using Azure.Messaging.ServiceBus library.

            I create ServiceBusClient and ServiceBusProcessor to start receiving queue messages like this:



            Answered 2021-Nov-12 at 10:22

            Can it be that await processor.DisposeAsync() is not needed at all, since serviceBusClient.DisposeAsync() should do all the job?

            Yes await processor.DisposeAsync() is not needed, because calling either serviceBusClient.DisposeAsync() or CloseAsync should do all the job and will ensure that network resources and other unmanaged objects are properly cleaned up.

            And also when a ServiceBusClient instance is disposed, it will automatically close and cleanup any senders, receivers, and processors that were created using it.



            ServiceBusConnectionException - Receive Transport faulted
            Asked 2021-Jul-29 at 19:03

            I have the following error when I start the masstransit with azure bus.Start(); on my function StartService() I have configuring my azure with masstransit and autofact. The error:



            Answered 2021-Jul-28 at 19:33

            It's likely permissions. MassTransit requires Manage, and you're configuring the managed identity token provider.

            1. Remove the shared access credentials from the connection string, since they would conflict with the managed identity provider.
            2. Make sure the service identity has Manage permissions on the namespace.



            Azure blob batch delete cyrillic characters
            Asked 2021-Jul-18 at 04:54

            I am able to upload blobs containing cyrillic characters using Azure.Storage.Blobs 12.9.1 but then am unable to batch delete them using Azure.Storage.Blobs.Batch 12.6.0.

            Consider the following blob name: здраве-и-красота-от-природатаjpg--xfgqfvhj.axp.webp and code:



            Answered 2021-Jul-18 at 04:54

            Please try something like the following. It is a bit convoluted approach and the SDK can certainly be improved but it works:



            Azure Service Bus: ReceiveMessagesAsync returns only a subset
            Asked 2021-Jul-10 at 02:28

            I wrote a code to read 1000 messages one shot from an Azure Service Bus queue. I read the messages with the line: await receiver.ReceiveMessagesAsync(1000); but only a subset of the messages are received.

            I took the code from the sample:, the SendAndReceiveMessageSafeBatch() method

            This is my code:



            Answered 2021-Jul-10 at 02:28

            This is expected behaviour with Azure Service Bus. The number of messages to receive, maxMessages is a maximum number that is not guaranteed.


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