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Here is another pretty quick one – trying to debug Azure Functions fails with a confusing error message about failing to create a lease for a partition. But as usual, the fix is (probably) simple, and this article explains what to do :) So, hey future me, finding this article…Continue reading How to fix “The listener for function was unable to start. Out of retries creating lease for partition 0”
This article explains a (fairly) simple solution on how you can grab role claims – or any other claims with some tweaking – and use them as the basis for targeting your WebSocket messages. Very nifty, if you ask me, without all the enterprisiness of SignalR. Talking about SignalR, another…Continue reading Using role claims to target WebSockets
This quick blog post explains a couple of very simple fixes – essentially, user errors – to a simple problem that you might run into with Visual Studio when developing the latest of your cool Azure bits. Well, to be fair, a few simple fixes and one heavyweight. A final…Continue reading The simplest fixes to “500 (Internal Server Error)” from Azurite
Have you run into this puzzling error? It comes in a couple of flavors, but it boils down to you failing miserably when you run the create_hypertable() function on your PostgreSQL TimescaleDB database server! Annoyingly, it might mean that the whole function is missing (extension is not installed or loaded)…Continue reading How to solve “Npgsql: 42883: function create_hypertable(…) does not exist”?
I was setting up a PostgreSQL database in Azure, to be used by a cutesy little Azure Function storing telemetry from a bunch of Azure IoT Edge Devices. But when everything was (supposed to be) configured successfully, my Azure Function failed to store anything anywhere because of a missing database……Continue reading How to configure Azure PostgreSQL to allow Cloud Shell connections?