Writing files in Azure Storage - 6.5

Azure Storage Blob

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Data Governance > Third-party systems > Cloud storages > Azure components > Azure Storage Blob components
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Procedure

  1. Double-click tAzureStoragePut to open its Component view.
  2. Select the component whose connection details will be used to set up the Azure storage connection. In this example, it is tAzureStorageConnection_1.
  3. In the Container name field, enter the name of the container you need to write files in. In this example, it is talendcontainer, a container created in the scenario Creating a container in Azure Storage.
  4. In the Local folder field, enter the path, or browse, to the directory where the files to be used are stored. In this scenario, they are some pictures showing technical process and stored locally in E:/photos. Therefore, put E:/photos; this allows tAzureStoragePut to upload all the files of this folder and its sub-folders into the talendcontainer container.

    For demonstration purposes, the example photos are organized as follows in the E:/photos folder.

    • Directly beneath the E:/photos level:

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    • In the E:/photos/mongodb/step1 directory:

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    • In the E:/photos/mongodb/step2 directory:

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  5. In the Azure Storage folder field, enter the directory where you want to write files. This directory will be created in the container to be used if it does not exist. In this example, enter photos.