azure queue egress connector

Azure Queue Egress Connector

Version: 17.07

Supported Since: 17.07

What is an Azure Queue Egress Connector?

Azure Queue Egress Connector can be used to push files to an Azure queue.

When sending messages to a queue, UltraESB engine expects the file content as the message payload and file name as a variable. However, this connector can be configured to override the file name of the original file with an arbitrary file name.

Azure credentials associated with an account which has write permission to the target container will be necessary when configuring this connector.
In order to use the Azure Queue Egress Connector, you must first select the Azure Connector dependency from the connector list when you are creating an empty Ultra project. If you have already created a project, you can add the Azure Connector dependency via Component Registry. From Tools menu, select Ultra Studio → Component Registry and from the Connectors list, select the Azure connector dependency.
azure queue egress outports

Out Ports

On Exception

The message will be emitted from this out port if the processing element fails to push the message content to the target container.

Side Ports

Connector Operation

This port is used to connect operational elements to the Egress Connector. By-default, user does not have to connect any operational element and the default connector operation will be used.

Parameters

* marked fields are mandatory

Azure Account Name

Basic

Azure Account Name is required.

Azure Account Key

Basic

Azure Account Key is required.

Default Endpoints protocol *

Basic

Name of the endpoints protocol to be used, which is located in the configured Azure storage account.

Destination queue reference *

Basic

Name of the Azure queue reference, which is located in the configured Azure storage account.

File Name location *

Basic

File name for the payload to be saved (if there is an original name to the file, it will be preserved if this property is not provided)

Sample Use Case

In this case, assume that an Agency wants to send small messages (less than 4kB) to an Azure queue storage, in-order to push the messages to remote devices.

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Figure 1. Integration Flow

File Listener will be configured as below to pick only required files from the source folder

queue file ingress listener
Figure 2. File Listener configuration

Azure Queue Egress Connector will be configured as below to push messages.

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Figure 3. Azure Queue Egress Connector configuration
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Figure 4. Configuration of Add New Transport Header

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