EventHubStreamInputDataSource Constructors

Definition

Overloads

EventHubStreamInputDataSource()

Initializes a new instance of the EventHubStreamInputDataSource class.

EventHubStreamInputDataSource(String, String, String, String, String)

Initializes a new instance of the EventHubStreamInputDataSource class.

EventHubStreamInputDataSource()

Initializes a new instance of the EventHubStreamInputDataSource class.

public EventHubStreamInputDataSource ();
Public Sub New ()

Applies to

EventHubStreamInputDataSource(String, String, String, String, String)

Initializes a new instance of the EventHubStreamInputDataSource class.

public EventHubStreamInputDataSource (string serviceBusNamespace = null, string sharedAccessPolicyName = null, string sharedAccessPolicyKey = null, string eventHubName = null, string consumerGroupName = null);
new Microsoft.Azure.Management.StreamAnalytics.Models.EventHubStreamInputDataSource : string * string * string * string * string -> Microsoft.Azure.Management.StreamAnalytics.Models.EventHubStreamInputDataSource
Public Sub New (Optional serviceBusNamespace As String = null, Optional sharedAccessPolicyName As String = null, Optional sharedAccessPolicyKey As String = null, Optional eventHubName As String = null, Optional consumerGroupName As String = null)

Parameters

serviceBusNamespace
System.String

The namespace that is associated with the desired Event Hub, Service Bus Queue, Service Bus Topic, etc. Required on PUT (CreateOrReplace) requests.

sharedAccessPolicyName
System.String

The shared access policy name for the Event Hub, Service Bus Queue, Service Bus Topic, etc. Required on PUT (CreateOrReplace) requests.

sharedAccessPolicyKey
System.String

The shared access policy key for the specified shared access policy. Required on PUT (CreateOrReplace) requests.

eventHubName
System.String

The name of the Event Hub. Required on PUT (CreateOrReplace) requests.

consumerGroupName
System.String

The name of an Event Hub Consumer Group that should be used to read events from the Event Hub. Specifying distinct consumer group names for multiple inputs allows each of those inputs to receive the same events from the Event Hub. If not specified, the input uses the Event Hub’s default consumer group.

Applies to