##Azure HTTP Web Server Logs to SQL
If you enable File System Web Server logs for your Azure App Service...
Settings > Diagnostics logs > Web server logging > File System
...You'll start to see logs on the file system for your app service here:
(you can find your FTP host and credentials in the publish profile file)
Alternatively, you can see these logs through the Kudu UI:
Instead of downloading these one and a time and parsing through them, you can use this library to assist in loading them into a relational database.
You could even run this as a webjob within your app service.
###Setup and Usage
- Clone the repo
- Create necessary SQL Tables
- Set appropriate values in AppSettings.config and ConnectionStrings.config
- note: The AppSettings.config and ConnectionStrings.config files are referenced by the console application as Linked Files. Update the vaules in the Web project, and after a successful build they will be included in the Console project's build output directory.
- Run console application project OR deploy Web Project to Azure Web App/App Service (the console app is defined as a WebJob and will be deployed with the Web project, and is scheduled to run every 15 minutes).
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