ROIVENUE Data Exporting into Azure Blob Storage is a helpful tool for dealing with files with greater data size and can be a valuable part of your arsenal for further data processing or analysis.
It doesn't matter if you want to export data from connector or from data exports from ROIVENUE.
There is a lot of input fields that need to be filled, in order to successfully export to Azure Blob Storage. Let's get slowly through them one by one.
Account name is the name of the Storage Account that can be seen in the interface of Azure Explorer.
Access key is "Primary Key" from the Azure Explorer UI.
Every storage account can have many individual containers for effective sorting of your data. During setup of the connector, write the name of the container to which you want to export your data.
Due to Blob Storage working differently than other storage solutions, the last remaining step of our wizard is to write the path of the file in the selected container with your desired file name. Check the example below.
The path to this file is "test/testteam-direct-export/connector/" . That means that our exports will save the file in this exact folder. But, to name the exported file, you also need to include the file name in the input field. The outcome should look like this:
And this is the whole setup all together: