azure-arm-analysisservices

AnalysisServicesManagementClient Library with typescript type definitions for node

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Microsoft Azure SDK for Node.js - AnalysisServices
This project provides a Node.js package for accessing the Azure PAS. Right now it supports:
  • Node.js version: 6.x.x or higher
  • API version: 2017-08-01-beta

Features

How to Install

npm install azure-arm-analysisservices

How to Use

Authentication, client creation and listing analysis server as an example

```javascript var msRestAzure = require('ms-rest-azure'); var analysisServicesManagement = require("azure-arm-analysisservices"); // Interactive Login // It provides a url and code that needs to be copied and pasted in a browser and authenticated over there. If successful, // the user will get a DeviceTokenCredentials object. msRestAzure.interactiveLogin(function(err, credentials) { var client = new analysisServicesManagement(credentials, 'your-subscription-id');
var util = require('util'); var resourceGroupName = 'testrg'; var serverName = 'testadlsacct'; var location = 'eastus2';
client.servers.list(function(err, result) {
if (err) console.log(err);
console.log(result);
});
// account object to create var serverToCreate = {
sku: {
    name: "S1",
    tier: "Standard"
},    
tags: {
  testtag1: 'testvalue1',
  testtag2: 'testvalue2'
},
name: serverName,
location: location,
properties: {
  provisioningState: "Succeeded",
  serverFullName: "asazure://stabletest.asazure-int.windows.net/upgradevalidation",
  asAdministrators: {
    members: [
      "aztest0@stabletest.ccsctp.net"
    ]
  }
}
};
client.servers.create(resourceGroupName, serverName, serverToCreate, function (err, result) {
if (err) {
  console.log(err);
  /*err has reference to the actual request and response, so you can see what was sent and received on the wire.
    The structure of err looks like this:
    err: {
      code: 'Error Code',
      message: 'Error Message',
      body: 'The response body if any',
      request: reference to a stripped version of http request
      response: reference to a stripped version of the response
    }
  */
} else {
  console.log('result is: ' + util.inspect(result, {depth: null}));
}
}); }); ```

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