Let’s create a Mule flow which upload the JSON message to BLOB container

Create a HTTP listener to accept JSON request

Next we will store the request in local file

We will also accept filename as query param which will be used as Name of Blob

In Azure Storage we will use “Upload blob from path” operation

Before this we will place Transformation to accept the required payload

  • Container – name of the container where we want to upload
  • filename – name of the Blob which will be uploaded
  • filepath – file path of the file which need to be uploaded

Once done we can set the last transformation to reply with success message

Will run the mule flow and call the service through SOAP UI

And we can see the message in Azure container

3 Thoughts to “Upload BLOB to Azure Container”

  1. thanks for sharing nice information…

  2. Manish

    Great article. Good to understand for everyone.

  3. thanks for sharing nice information….

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