Connection string is a good way to store database or source system connection string. Currently Azure Function provides four different types on connection strings as below.
- MySql- Conection string for MySql database
- SQLServer- Connection strings for SQL server
- SQLAzure – Connection strings for SQL Azure
- Custom—Any other types of connection string excluding above
The way for accessing…
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