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webapp:Support passing a JSON file for appsettings #5228

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ahmedelnably opened this Issue Jan 8, 2018 · 5 comments

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ahmedelnably commented Jan 8, 2018

Ex. az webapp config appsettings set -n -g --settings-file

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tjprescott commented Jan 8, 2018

My recommendation would be to overload the --settings argument but this seems very reasonable.

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Ciantic commented Apr 23, 2018

Yes, this is nearly impossible to use right now besides simple cases.

I have a long list of settings provided by az webapp config appsettings list command, but no good way to set them back after modifying them.

Usually getters and setters should have symmetry so that value that comes out of getter (in this case list) is readily usable by the setter.

@panchagnula panchagnula changed the title Support passing a JSON file for appsettings webapp:Support passing a JSON file for appsettings Jun 1, 2018

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yugangw-msft commented Jul 31, 2018

@panchagnula , i will take this one unless you are interested

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Scythen commented Jan 3, 2019

What is the state of this feature? Is it being worked on? Done?

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markheath commented Jan 5, 2019

would be extremely helpful to work around issues with invalid characters in settings values as mentioned in #7147

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