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Azure Storage Binary Object Manager #2309


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rvanwoezik created

Do you have a sample of using Azure Blob storage? Maybe extend the DbBinaryObjectManager?


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    ismcagdas created
    Support Team

    Hi,

    We don't have a sample for that. You can create azure blob storage implementation of IBinaryObjectManager and use it instead of DbBinaryObjectManager. You can do it like you do it in any other .net project.

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    deventerprise created

    Do you need to delete the DbBinaryObjectManager? Since it's a transient dependency I can't fuigure out a way to replace it with a storage version.

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    webking created

    rvanwoezik deventerprise : did you guys find any way to implement azure blob storage as a file storage instead of the built in binaryobjectmanager that stores files in the sql databas?

    We have a customer scenario where we are going to store larger files (blue prints) and we think that they are to big to store in the sql server itself. Mostly to the increased storage cost. We are now looking into build a blob storage manager we can use in our asp.net zero project. Any tips on how to do that would be appriciated.

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    bobingham created

    Hi webking, How may times are you going to ask this question? I'm starting to think your nickname is a bit of a misnomer....

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    webking created

    thanks for the answer bobingham. it wasnt ment to be spamming the same question. I just wanted to get some tips/feedback from others that I could see have been using asp.net zero together with asure blob storage

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    bobingham created

    It's no problem, I didn't realise the issue was closed.... Good luck with everything and don't hesitate to reach out if we can help.