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How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

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Hello everyone,

I have such a functionality, In which I have to reading one by one file (Job queue). And I have to read and process that file.

So if there is any solution for it, please help me. I use Business Center Saas.

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    Inge M. Bruvik Profile Picture
    Inge M. Bruvik 32,714 Super User on at
    RE: How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

    There are Sharepoint connectors for Business Central available on AppSource that might be able to help you with this.

    But i would still recommend you to use Azure Blob Storage for this because that is supported in the AL language.

    And then you can also use a Blob queue for transaction handling so you are sure you do not miss out on processing some files.

  • Sandip Domadiya Profile Picture
    Sandip Domadiya 99 on at
    RE: How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Actually i have files available on sharepoint all i want to process files one by one in specific queue.

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    Inge M. Bruvik Profile Picture
    Inge M. Bruvik 32,714 Super User on at
    RE: How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

    There is an excellent blog about the topic here:

    www.linkedin.com/.../

  • Sandip Domadiya Profile Picture
    Sandip Domadiya 99 on at
    RE: How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Thank you for this replay.

    But i don't know for azure blob storage and how can get file or something.

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    Inge M. Bruvik Profile Picture
    Inge M. Bruvik 32,714 Super User on at
    RE: How to Read file content without UploadIntoStream in Dynamics 365 Business Central

    For an automated job there are really no other option than to use streams. But you can read your files f.ex. from Azure blob storage. That works very well with BC Saas.

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