How to Create Storage Event Trigger in Azure Data Factory - Azure Data Factory Tutorial 2021

 Issue: How to Create Storage Event Trigger in Azure Data Factory.


In this article, we are going to learn what are storage event triggers and how to create storage event trigger in Azure Data Factory.

Create Pipeline:

Open Azure Data factory studio, go to the author tab, click on + sign, to create a new pipeline, name your pipeline, find and drag the copy data activity, go to the source tab and click on + New to create a new source dataset.


Select Azure blob storage and then click on continue.


Select binary and click on continue.


Name your dataset, select the linked service, provide the file path and click on ok.


Click on the open button in the source tab and go to the Parameters tab, and create parameters.


In the parameters tab, click on the + New button and create two parameters.


Go to the connection tab and use these parameters in this tab.


Back to the pipeline and here we need to create two parameters on the pipeline level, to create parameters click on the working window, it will show the tabs below, go to the Parameters tab, click on the + New button and create 2 parameters.



Once our parameters are created, use these parameters in the source tab.


Go to the Sink tab, and click on the + New button to create a sink dataset.
 

Select Azure blob storage and click on continue.


Select binary as format and click on continue.


Name the dataset, select the linked service, provide the folder path, and then click on ok


Next, click on the Ad triggers button, then select New/Edit.


 
Click on + New to add a new trigger, then name your trigger, add some description, select the trigger type, select the Azure subscription, provide the storage account name, provide container name, describe Blob path begins with and describe Blob path ends with, select the event, you can choose both or a single as per your requirement, then click on continue.


Provide the values and then click on ok


Next, click on publish all, and then your Event-based trigger is created successfully.





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