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Fix typo in links to EventHub RBAC role definition #59456

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Fix typo in links to EventHub RBAC role definition #59456

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@c-w c-w commented Jul 21, 2020

This pull request fixes a typo in the documentation for the EventHub RBAC role definitions, where the link for the "Azure Event Hubs Data sender" entry links to the receiver and the link for the "Azure Event Hubs Data receiver" entry links to the sender. This pull request makes the links consistent such the sender entry links to the sender and the receiver entry links to the receiver.

This pull request fixes a typo in the documentation for the EventHub RBAC role definitions, where the link for the "Azure Event Hubs Data sender" entry links to the receiver and the link for the "Azure Event Hubs Data receiver" entry links to the sender. This pull request makes the links consistent such the sender entry links to the sender and the receiver entry links to the receiver.
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PRMerger7 commented Jul 21, 2020

@c-w : Thanks for your contribution! The author(s) have been notified to review your proposed change.

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Thank you!

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spelluru commented Jul 21, 2020

#sign-off

@ktoliver ktoliver merged commit 08ea757 into MicrosoftDocs:master Jul 22, 2020
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