Srikant Krishna on Sat, 10 Sep 2016 23:11:49
I use Azure Storage, the File Service, and the Python SDK.
So I have "File A", and I simply wish to copy it to another location within the Fileshare.
How can I do this?
I already know most of the basics, functions, etc. - but I just can't seem to find a (documented) way to copy a file.
SumanthBM on Sun, 11 Sep 2016 15:23:39
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Peter Pan - MSFT on Mon, 12 Sep 2016 04:27:37
Thank you for posting here.
For copying file between locations within the file share, you can use the function copy_file of the class FileService of the module azure.storage.file.fileservice which wrapped the REST API Copy File.
As reference, here is my sample code.
from azure.storage import CloudStorageAccount from azure.storage.file import FileService account_name = '<your-storage-account>' account_key = '<your-storage-account-key>' source_share_name = '<source-share>' source_dir_name = '<source-dir>' source_file_name = '<source-file>' target_share_name = '<target-share>' target_dir_name = '<target-dir>' target_file_name = '<target-file>' account = CloudStorageAccount(account_name, account_key) file_service = account.create_file_service() # If target share & directory not exist file_service.create_share(target_share_name) file_service.create_directory(target_share_name, target_dir_name) # Get the url of the source file source_url = file_service.make_file_url(source_share_name, source_dir_name, source_file_name) # Copy File from source to target file_service.copy_file(target_share_name, target_dir_name, target_file_name, source_url)
Hope it helps.
Srikant Krishna on Mon, 12 Sep 2016 23:25:50
Srikant Krishna on Mon, 12 Sep 2016 23:26:02
Srikant Krishna on Wed, 14 Sep 2016 19:14:51
Actually, I had one more question regarding this answer:
Where you have
How can I determine the source_url of a given file using Fileshares?
Srikant Krishna on Wed, 14 Sep 2016 19:16:35
Actually, I got the answer: