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How to Connect Azure using SCPI – Upload file to azure blob

Many of you aware that there is no standard adapter like SFTP, SOAP available to connect Azure Cloud with SCPI. So I am writing this post to share how we can get connected with Azure Cloud using SCPI

In this post you will learn how to get connected with Azure Cloud and uploading file to Azure

Azure provides SDK in Java to get connected. As SCPI supports groovy, we can write a simple groovy script to upload any file to azure blob container

For example, I have created a simple flow which uploads csv file to azure folder “trial”

And the script to upload the file is below

import com.sap.gateway.ip.core.customdev.util.Message
import java.io.*
import com.microsoft.azure.storage.*
import com.microsoft.azure.storage.blob.*

def Message processData(Message message) {
    def body = message.getBody(java.lang.String) as String

    String accountName = "your_azure_account_name"
    String accountKey = "your_azure_account_key"
    String storageConnectionString = "DefaultEndpointsProtocol=http;" + "AccountName=" + accountName+ ";" + "AccountKey=" + accountKey

    CloudStorageAccount account = CloudStorageAccount.parse(storageConnectionString)
    CloudBlobClient serviceClient = account.createCloudBlobClient()

    CloudBlobContainer container = serviceClient.getContainerReference("azurefoldername/containername")

    String fileName = "filename.csv"
    String fileContent = body
    byte[] fileBytes = fileContent.getBytes()

    CloudBlockBlob blob = container.getBlockBlobReference(fileName)
    blob.uploadFromByteArray(fileBytes, 0, fileBytes.length)

    blob.getProperties().setContentType("text/csv;charset=utf-8")
    blob.uploadProperties()

    message.setBody("OK")

    return message;
}

 

you have to replace the accountname, account key and container’s name with your azure’s credentials.

File name can be either static or dynamically populated.

In my groovy script, I have replaced all the credentials and file name as test.csv and azure container name as trial( which is already available in my azure cloud)

Now we have all set to upload a file to Azure cloud. Let’s test it via Postman tool

It is Status 200, which indicates success of uploading the file to Azure. Now let’s check the file in Azure using Azure Storage Explorer

 

Good Luck !

 

Questions/Comment and Suggestions are welcome 🙂

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