az kusto data-connection event-grid

Kusto data-connection sub group event-grid.

Commands

az kusto data-connection event-grid create

Creates or updates a data connection.

az kusto data-connection event-grid data-connection-validation

Checks that the data connection parameters are valid.

az kusto data-connection event-grid update

Updates a data connection.

az kusto data-connection event-grid create

Creates or updates a data connection.

az kusto data-connection event-grid create --cluster-name
                                           --data-connection-name
                                           --database-name
                                           --resource-group
                                           [--blob-storage-event-type {Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed}]
                                           [--consumer-group]
                                           [--data-format {APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE}]
                                           [--event-hub-resource-id]
                                           [--ignore-first-record {false, true}]
                                           [--location]
                                           [--mapping-rule-name]
                                           [--no-wait]
                                           [--storage-account-resource-id]
                                           [--table-name]

Required Parameters

--cluster-name

The name of the Kusto cluster.

--data-connection-name

The name of the data connection.

--database-name

The name of the database in the Kusto cluster.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

Optional Parameters

--blob-storage-event-type

The name of blob storage event type to process.

accepted values: Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed
--consumer-group

The event hub consumer group.

--data-format

The data format of the message. Optionally the data format can be added to each message.

accepted values: APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE
--event-hub-resource-id

The resource ID where the event grid is configured to send events.

--ignore-first-record

A Boolean value that, if set to true, indicates that ingestion should ignore the first record of every file.

accepted values: false, true
--location -l

Location. Values from: az account list-locations. You can configure the default location using az configure --defaults location=<location>.

--mapping-rule-name

The mapping rule to be used to ingest the data. Optionally the mapping information can be added to each message.

--no-wait

Do not wait for the long-running operation to finish.

--storage-account-resource-id

The resource ID of the storage account where the data resides.

--table-name

The table where the data should be ingested. Optionally the table information can be added to each message.

az kusto data-connection event-grid data-connection-validation

Checks that the data connection parameters are valid.

az kusto data-connection event-grid data-connection-validation --cluster-name
                                                               --database-name
                                                               --resource-group
                                                               [--blob-storage-event-type {Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed}]
                                                               [--consumer-group]
                                                               [--data-connection-name]
                                                               [--data-format {APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE}]
                                                               [--event-hub-resource-id]
                                                               [--ignore-first-record {false, true}]
                                                               [--location]
                                                               [--mapping-rule-name]
                                                               [--no-wait]
                                                               [--storage-account-resource-id]
                                                               [--table-name]

Required Parameters

--cluster-name

The name of the Kusto cluster.

--database-name

The name of the database in the Kusto cluster.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

Optional Parameters

--blob-storage-event-type

The name of blob storage event type to process.

accepted values: Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed
--consumer-group

The event hub consumer group.

--data-connection-name

The name of the data connection.

--data-format

The data format of the message. Optionally the data format can be added to each message.

accepted values: APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE
--event-hub-resource-id

The resource ID where the event grid is configured to send events.

--ignore-first-record

A Boolean value that, if set to true, indicates that ingestion should ignore the first record of every file.

accepted values: false, true
--location -l

Location. Values from: az account list-locations. You can configure the default location using az configure --defaults location=<location>.

--mapping-rule-name

The mapping rule to be used to ingest the data. Optionally the mapping information can be added to each message.

--no-wait

Do not wait for the long-running operation to finish.

--storage-account-resource-id

The resource ID of the storage account where the data resides.

--table-name

The table where the data should be ingested. Optionally the table information can be added to each message.

az kusto data-connection event-grid update

Updates a data connection.

az kusto data-connection event-grid update --cluster-name
                                           --data-connection-name
                                           --database-name
                                           --resource-group
                                           [--blob-storage-event-type {Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed}]
                                           [--consumer-group]
                                           [--data-format {APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE}]
                                           [--event-hub-resource-id]
                                           [--ignore-first-record {false, true}]
                                           [--location]
                                           [--mapping-rule-name]
                                           [--no-wait]
                                           [--storage-account-resource-id]
                                           [--table-name]

Required Parameters

--cluster-name

The name of the Kusto cluster.

--data-connection-name

The name of the data connection.

--database-name

The name of the database in the Kusto cluster.

--resource-group -g

Name of resource group. You can configure the default group using az configure --defaults group=<name>.

Optional Parameters

--blob-storage-event-type

The name of blob storage event type to process.

accepted values: Microsoft.Storage.BlobCreated, Microsoft.Storage.BlobRenamed
--consumer-group

The event hub consumer group.

--data-format

The data format of the message. Optionally the data format can be added to each message.

accepted values: APACHEAVRO, AVRO, CSV, JSON, MULTIJSON, ORC, PARQUET, PSV, RAW, SCSV, SINGLEJSON, SOHSV, TSV, TSVE, TXT, W3CLOGFILE
--event-hub-resource-id

The resource ID where the event grid is configured to send events.

--ignore-first-record

A Boolean value that, if set to true, indicates that ingestion should ignore the first record of every file.

accepted values: false, true
--location -l

Location. Values from: az account list-locations. You can configure the default location using az configure --defaults location=<location>.

--mapping-rule-name

The mapping rule to be used to ingest the data. Optionally the mapping information can be added to each message.

--no-wait

Do not wait for the long-running operation to finish.

--storage-account-resource-id

The resource ID of the storage account where the data resides.

--table-name

The table where the data should be ingested. Optionally the table information can be added to each message.