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Convention-based FunctionName & HttpTrigger Routes #257

pauldalyii opened this issue Sep 26, 2017 · 1 comment


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commented Sep 26, 2017

To enable MVC-like conventions within functions, I wish:

there was a parameter-less version of the FunctionNameAttribute that would default the name to:

the HttpTriggerAttribute Route property was optional and would default to:
$"{typeof(<class>).Namespace}.{nameof(<class>)}".Replace('.', '/');

The goal would be so that these two would produce the same result.



Note: I think the snippets above might need more logic. For example, I'd prefer to not include the first namespace if there is more than one (eg: "Service" from the screenshot above). The first namespace is often just the solution name or something that you don't necessarily want reflected in the route.


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commented Oct 3, 2017

I realize that FunctionNameAttribute can't call typeof(<callingclass>).Namespace. I wish C# supported [CallerClassName] and [CallerNamespaceName] similar to [CallerMemberName].

Anyway, edit 2 on this SO post describes a method for obtain details on the calling class that might enable convention-based naming for functions.

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