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  1. Click Configure > EVENTS > Application.

  2. Click Create Application Event.


  3. In the Name field, enter a name for the event.

  4. In the Description field, enter a description for the event.

  5. In the Application field, select Azure Blob as the type of application source.

  6. In the Account field, select the Azure Blob account that you want to use as a source.
    You can also create an Azure Blob account by clicking the  icon, and then providing the following information on the Create New Account screen.
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    Field Name

    Description

    Provide a name for this account. e.g. "MyAccount"

    A short, descriptive name that helps you re-use this account in future.

    Access Type

    This field governs the type of authentication you choose to connect to your Azure Blob.

    Note: You can select Azure ADShared Key, or Shared Access Signatures as the Access Type. Based on your selection, the next field will ask you for the required input (Id, Key, or Signature) to proceed. For example, if you select Azure AD as the Access Type, the next field in the form will be Tenant Id where you’d need to enter the Tenant Id of your Azure Blob account.

    You can select one of the following Access Types:

    1. Azure AD  This option facilitates OAuth based authentication and the user experience will be the same as the other OAuth apps.
      Once you select Azure AD as Access Type, you’ll require the Tenant Id to enter in the next field. To know how to get the Tenant Id refer to this page in the Microsoft Azure documentation.
      After clicking Continue, the user would need to enter the Azure credentials in a new window.
    2. Shared Key – Facilitates non-OAuth based authentication. To know how to get the Shared Key, refer to this page in the Microsoft Azure documentation.
      As you complete all the fields and click Continue, your account will be created and saved.
      You may want to test if you’d be able to connect this account with Azure Blob by clicking Test.
    3. Shared Access Signatures  Facilitates non-OAuth based authentication. To know how to get the Shared Access Signature, refer to this page in the Microsoft Azure documentation.
      As you complete all the fields and click Continue, your account will be created and saved.
      You may want to test if you’d be able to connect this account with Azure Blob by clicking Test.

    Storage Account Name

    Name of your storage account in Azure.

    Container Name

    Name of the container in the selected Storage Account.

    Select Project

    Name of your Project in which you want to create a Template/Transaction.

    Once you have provided the information, click  to save the account.

  7. In the Trigger field, select either of the following triggers based on your requirement.

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    Trigger

    Description

    1

    Get New Or Updated Blob

    The New or Updated Blob operation downloads the newly created or updated blob.

    2

    Get All Blob

    The Get All Blob operation downloads all blobs.


  8. In the Folder field, specify the path of the folder where the source file/blob is located.

  9. In the Search Criteria field, specify additional filter criteria in case you want to retrieve only specific type of files/blobs which matches this filter criteria. For example, *.txt. 

  10. Select Run Initial Load check box, if you want to process all the files when the event gets triggered for the first time.

  11. In the Polling Frequency field, provide the time interval at which the Process Flow bounded with it will get executed. 

  12. Expand Advanced properties.
  13. In the Select Project field, select the project.
  14. Click Save.

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