AzureStorageQueue

In order to make use of the AzureStorageQueue you will need access to an Azure Storage account or use the Azurite emulator for local Azure Storage development for local development.

You may want to take a look at how to get started with Azure Queue storage using .NET.

Configuration

The queue configuration is part of the specified uri, e.g.:

<inbox
    workQueueUri="azuremq://connection-name/queue-name?maxMessages=15"
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Segment / Argument Default Description
connection-name required Will be resolved by an IAzureConfiguration implementation (see below).
queue-name required The name of queue to connect to.
maxMessages 1 Specifies the number of messages to fetch from the queue.

IAzureConfiguration

string GetConnectionString(string name);

Should return the Azure Storage connection string to use. For local azurite development this would be UseDevelopmentStorage=true.

DefaultAzureConfiguration

The DefaultAzureConfiguration instance implementing the IAzureConfiguration interface will be registered using the container bootstrapping. If you wish to override the configuration you should register your instance before calling the ServiceBus.Register() method.

This implementation will return the appSetting value for the specified connection-name as the Azure Storage conenction string:

<appSettings>
    <add key="azure" value="UseDevelopmentStorage=true" />
</appSettings>

<inbox
    workQueueUri="azuremq://azure/server-inbox-work-queue"
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/>