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Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 Targets in Synchronization Tasks

You can insert data to a target or create a new target in Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 for synchronization tasks. You can use a single Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 object or multiple related Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 objects as targets in a synchronization task. When you configure more than one Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 target, you can select the parent object and add a child object.
Configure Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 target properties on the Target page of the synchronization Task wizard.
The following table describes the Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 target properties:
Property
Description
Connection
Name of the target connection.
Target Object
Name of the target object.
Formatting Options
Opens the Formatting Options dialog box to define the format of the file.
Configure the following format options:
  • - Delimiter: Delimiter character. You can configure other parameters such as comma, tab, colon, semicolon, or others.
  • - Text Qualifier: Character to qualify text. You can configure other parameters such as single quote or double quote.
  • - Escape: Escape character.
You configure Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 advanced target properties on the Schedule page of the synchronization Task wizard.
The following table describes the Microsoft Azure Blob Storage V2 advanced target properties:
Advanced Property
Description
Number of concurrent connections to Blob Store
The number of concurrent connections to Blob Store to upload files. Default is 4.
Blob Name Override
Overrides the default file name. You must use this property when you want to write compressed blob files to Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.
Blob Container Override
Overrides the default container name.
Note: When you create a new target at the run time and select the blob container override property, the Secure Agent generates an empty header file in the container specified in the connection.
Header in the first row of Blob
Creates a header in the target file. Header will not be created in the target file if this option is not selected.
Compress newly created Blob
Compresses the newly created blob when set to True.
Write Strategy
Appends block to a blob, when you select append blob.
Blob Type
Writes data to a block blob or an append blob.
Success File Directory
NA
Error File Directory
NA