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6 Comments on "Navigating the Microsoft Graph with Azure Functions"

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mattchenderson
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mattchenderson
9 months 25 days ago

@artisticcheese:  In the case of this demo, a cookie from the browser session was being used. Just before the demo, I had logged into the function app by navigating to the /.auth/login/aad endpoint on the site (this requires App Service Authentication / Authorization to be enabled). That cookie was passed in on the requests you saw me making, so the binding was able to leverage that identity. I meant to say something about that at the start. Apologies for any confusion there!

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artisticcheese
9 months 25 days ago

In demo showing using token (Token-In) function, parameter called graphToken was supposed to be provided as input but it was not provided when function was called during demo, URL which was used was actual function URL with no token specified. How did function received token for HttpClient call?

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mattchenderson
10 months 12 days ago
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Aldo
10 months 13 days ago

Hi all,I did the example to read data from Microsoft Excel spreadsheet but I'm getting this error:An unhandled exception occurred while processing the request.ServiceException: Code: BadRequestMessage: Tenant does not have a SPO license.Could anyone please give me an idea on what could be happening?I'm new on Azure's worldThanks!

didaskein
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didaskein
10 months 21 days ago

Thanks ! Azure Friday always interesting 😉

MikeEEE
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MikeEEE
10 months 23 days ago

Super cool!

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