darkeagle1239 on Sat, 31 Mar 2018 18:21:13
I have a little problems here.
When i try to create a batch pool using Powershell on my computer with Azure CLI installed, i tried
az batch pool create --json-file jsonfile.json
but i don't know where should i store my .json file ?
Tats Mishra MSFT on Sun, 01 Apr 2018 08:14:43
Please take look into these documents which are about adding pool using jsonfile in az batch cli (These probably will help to better understand):
Going back to the question:
- I suppose "your_json_file_location.json", I think is the location of your json file in your project structure.
Hope this helps.
darkeagle1238 on Sun, 01 Apr 2018 18:15:04
I tried to put my json file into C disk drive in my computer and i ran :
az batch pool create --json-file "C:\batchpool.json"And i got this error
az batch pool create: error: Invalid JSON file: Expecting property name enclosed in double quotes: line 10 column 5 (char 266)
I tried to remove double quotes but got the same result
Tats Mishra MSFT on Mon, 02 Apr 2018 20:27:48
This is not batch but the most probably malformed JSON source error:
- Re: malformed Json Error: "InvalidJSON file: Expectingproperty name enclosed in doublequotes"
- The JSON in use is not valid JSON (i.e. batchpool.json is not correctly formed). You need to fix the source of the data. Please see just for an example here.
- *Further help* Just for a sample based help.
- Checkout this out: I found a small demo in this
link, you might be able to see a sample use of "az batch pool create --json-
pool.json" : (Please Note: this is merely a sample your use-case scenario will vary)
I would also recommend reading previous sent links carefully as well to get yourself familiar with batch and Batch-cli.
darkeagle1238 on Wed, 04 Apr 2018 06:16:03
I solved that problem
But i have one more question
If i use cloud shell inside Azure portal to run that script, where should i store my .json file ?
Tats Mishra MSFT on Wed, 04 Apr 2018 22:17:02
Glad that it helped you and you were able to resolve it.
Regarding your portal "cloud shell" query:
All this very much depends on your scenario.
- I think there could be many ways and apart from few suggestions below I would recommend you to make yourseld familiar first and then ask questions in "azure management portal" forum for best practice.
Some ways of persisinting files in shell are doc'd here: