This node connects to Azure Blob Storage. The resulting output port allows downstream nodes to access the Azure Blob Storage data as a file system, e.g. to read or write files and folders, or to perform other file system operations (browse/list files, copy, move, ...).
This node requires the Microsoft Authentication to perform authentication. The following authentication modes are supported:
Path syntax: Paths for Azure Blob Storage are specified with a UNIX-like syntax,
/mycontainer/myfolder/myfile. An absolute
for Azure Blob Storage consists of:
mycontainerin the above example), followed by a slash.
myfolder/myfilein the above example).
URI formats: When you apply the Path to URI node to paths coming from this connector, you can create URIs with the following formats:
/a/../b/./ccan be normalized to
/b/c. When these redundant components like
.are part of an existing object, then normalization must be deactivated in order to access them properly.
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