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autorest is a TypeScript library typically used in Web Services, REST, Swagger applications. autorest has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.

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              autorest has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 4216 star(s) with 736 fork(s). There are 822 watchers for this library.
              There were 3 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 73 open issues and 1956 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 27 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of autorest is 3.7.1

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            Community Discussions


            Powershell - Azure AD Application Registration - how to set ID tokens?
            Asked 2022-Mar-23 at 10:47

            Background Information

            I have two separate PowerShell scripts. One uses an ARM template to deploy a function app, along with storage accounts etc. It runs under the context of a security principle we have set up specifically for the function app. I'm using the same security principle to run a second Powershell script that creates an AD Application registration. I've managed to do everything except:

            • set up the application so it uses ID Tokens
            • add scope
            • associate the AD application registration as the identity provider for my function app.

            This question is specifically about an error I'm running into while try to set up ID tokens. but I'm sharing additional information about what has/hasn't been done yet in case it's relevant.


            The error that comes up when i try to run my second powershell script is this:



            Answered 2022-Mar-23 at 10:47

            We have tried the same with our Azure function to add identity (Azure Ad Authentication) and getting the same error.

            After did some research concluded that we can do the same with Azure Ad Graph Explorer instead of using PowerShell.

            To do with Azure Ad graph Explorer please refer this SO THREAD as stated by @Joy Wang

            We have tried the same and can able to enable the ID TOKENS

            OUTPUT DETAILS:-

            For more information please refer the below links:


            There is still time to deprecate Azure AD Graph Explorer , But we can use till June 2022 :

            Open the above link and login with your account.

            and mention the below API in search bar



            Pulumi python azure wrong resource name
            Asked 2022-Mar-17 at 10:04

            I am trying to create a sql.ServerVulnerabilityAssessment resource in the following way:



            Answered 2022-Mar-17 at 10:04

            Storage Account and Container names are Pulumi outputs, meaning they may not be known yet at the time when the program runs. You need to format the path using Output.all:



            Handling a disabled azure key vault secret using go azure sdk?
            Asked 2022-Feb-22 at 05:08

            I am trying an extend Kubernetes operator written in Go to handle Azure Key Vault Secrets that have been disabled. The operator is using the Azure SDK for Go as well as the Azure autorest library.

            I am very new to Go and I'm struggling to populate the ServiceError struct when there is an error

            The snippet of code I'm looking at is this: (see in context)



            Answered 2022-Feb-22 at 05:08

            So I managed to find a workaround by using a debugger and inspecting the err object. It isn't particularly pretty, but it does work.



            AutoRest generates the client ctor as internal + ignores the credentials flag
            Asked 2022-Feb-18 at 20:43

            I am generating a C# REST service client via AutoRest (OpenAPI v3). I'm generating the client by running the following command:



            Answered 2022-Feb-18 at 20:43
            1. Looking into the AutoRest source code, it will only create public constructors if the security schema in the OpenAPI spec is set to AzureKey or AADtoken. This is verified in their docs AutoRest source code
              AutoRest Security Schemes documentation

            2. The table for AutoRest flags says that the --add-credential does nothing for the .NET clients (4th column from the left).

            It appears that AutoRest v3 is only for APIs hosted on Azure itself. With the evidence above, as well as the fact that required parameters for constructors of generated clients, like ClientDiagnostics, are declared internal, I think we're going to have to find another API client generator.



            Terraform: Error when creating azure kubernetes service with local_account_disabled=true
            Asked 2022-Feb-17 at 12:17

            An error occurs when I try to create a AKS with Terraform. The AKS was created but the error still comes at the end, which is ugly.



            Answered 2022-Feb-17 at 12:17

            If you disable local accounts you need to activate AKS-managed Azure Active Directory integration as you have no more local accounts to authenticate against AKS.

            This example enables RBAC, Azure AAD & Azure RBAC:



            How to downgrade Autorest extensions - specifically C# extension?
            Asked 2022-Feb-12 at 15:43

            I am using Autorest to generate C# code from an OpenAPI YAML file. I tried to upgrade the Autorest C# extension to the newest version (3.0.0 beta), but I decided I don't want to use this version. Now I cannot figure out how to downgrade.

            Ideally I want to run the same versions of Autorest and its extensions as my colleague here:

            • autorest 3.1.3
            • @autorest/core 3.0.6320
            • 2.0.4417
            • 2.3.91
            • 2.3.55

            But I'll be content just to downgrade the C# extension to 2.3.91, or just any 2.x version.

            I cannot find any command to do this. Can anyone help?

            EDIT: I am running Autorest from a command line. I have Autorest installed as a stand-alone tool on my machine. It is not installed as a NuGet Package or anything like that. The comments seems to suggest that it is possible to control the Autorest version via configuration when running it. I would also appreciate a reference to documentation explaining how to do this.



            Answered 2021-Oct-19 at 08:09

            I solved it by adding the following to my command line arguments:



            Terraform App Service wont connect to Storage account
            Asked 2022-Feb-10 at 17:45

            In Terraform, I'm trying to get my App Service to connect to a storage account so that it can read files for the main website.

            I've been following the guide on HashiCorp today:

            Here it mentions to be able to do this it has to connect via an access key, this is where it gets confusing. I found a working example here:

            Yet mine errors and I think its to do with the key, I first tried doing it via a customer managed key then a data source and now I'm just very confused on how to actually get this to work.

            Once again the Terraform Docs are limited at best.

            Here is my Code:

            Website App Code:



            Answered 2021-Oct-15 at 21:30

            If you are giving name = in storage account block for your then it will give the below error . So , you have to give a name to it only which you want to set like WebsiteStorageConnectionString.

            And for the second error that you get as below because we can't use Azure Blobs on Windows App Service ,It is a limitation from Microsoft end as mentioned in this Microsoft Document.So, as a solution you can use kind = linux in app service plan block or you can create a file share and use it with app service if you don't want to change kind.


            1. Creating a file share instead of Container and Using AzureFiles instead of Azure blobs.



            Error while trying to run Terraform Apply , Web App Authentication Error
            Asked 2022-Feb-09 at 12:05

            I get the below error while trying to run Terraform Apply.



            Answered 2022-Feb-09 at 12:05

            Terraform uses Auth V1 Settings instead of using Auth V2 setting for the Web App. Currently only Azure CLI cmdlet and ARM Templates allow the auth_settings_v2 to be configured. This might be available in the upcoming version of azurerm provider i.e. v3.0.0 as mentioned under Feature details: New Data Sources / Resources for App Service & Function Apps .

            As for the error which you are getting , I tried creating a App Service in Azure using similar code as yours and it didn't provide any error in the initial creation but after I go to portal and under authentication setting , I upgrade the authentication settings to v2 . I start receiving the same error while trying to update the application from terraform like below :

            In order to avoid the error , if you are using terraform to create and manage the web app , then please don't upgrade Web Authentication Settings .



            Creating Azure Storage Containers in a storage account with network rules, with Terraform
            Asked 2022-Feb-08 at 07:12

            I am trying to write Terraform that will create an Azure Storage account and then a bunch of storage containers inside it. An important detail is that the storage account has network rules that restrict access to a specific address space. This was causing the container creation to fail.

            I managed to get around this by using azurerm_storage_account_network_rules, depending on the containers so not to block their creation. Something like this:



            Answered 2022-Feb-08 at 07:12

            This is an expected behavior as you are setting up the network rules for the storage account to deny and only bypassing the Azure Services.

            When you deny and bypass Azure Services the Azure Services like Azure Portal's IP gets the access to the storage account and you are able to delete it . But at the same time , when you use terraform to perform a destroy , then it denies because your IP which is being used by your machine to send terraform requests to Azure is not bypassed .

            I tested your code like below with the same permissions :

            As a Solution you will have to add ip rules while creating the storage account to the add the client_ip like below :



            Azure AD Group- Authorization_RequestDenied - Insufficient privileges to complete the operation
            Asked 2022-Jan-26 at 08:28

            I’m trying to create the Azure AD Group using the following terraform code through the Azure DevOps.



            Answered 2022-Jan-26 at 08:28

            Please check the Microsoft Graph permission Directory.ReadWrite.All has been provided to the service connection and it has been granted the admin consent.

            I tested the same in my environment where I gave the permission to my service principal but didn't grant admin consent like below :

            When deploying the below code, it gave me error :


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