Starting Azure Stream Analytics Jobs From Code

Kevin Feasel

2016-10-10

Cloud

Hylke Peek wants to kick off an Azure Stream Analytics job from a Universal Windows Platform application:

I had one of those feelings while working with Azure Stream Analytics (ASA). My solution worked but there was one ‘elementary and simple’ thing I wanted: Start the ASA-jobs within my C#-code. That shouldn’t be hard and there’s some documentation. But no, I needed to combine several opposed solutions to a new one to make it possible.

In this post I shortly explain how you can start ASA-jobs within your C# UWP application:

  • I explain which components you have in the authentication process and which parameters you need.

  • Example code is provided. You only need to enter your parameter values.

Click through for the code.

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