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'context.Request.MatchedParameters' URL Template Parameters
How to access URL template parameters from "context.Request.MatchedParame ters"object in Azure API Policy? URL template parameters are parameters used in the URL defined in the URL template: For example, the following URL template contains two template parameters, "cid", "oid" and "date": /customers...
2018-02-14, 187👍, 0💬

'context.Request.Url.Query' Query String Parameters
How to access Query String parameters from "context.Request.Url.Query" object in Azure API Policy? Query String parameters are parameters provided in the query string in the form of name=value&name=value. ..format. For example, the following URL has two query string parameters: "date" and "s...
2018-02-14, 165👍, 0💬

'@(...)' Expressions in Azure API Policy
How to use the "@(...)" expression in Azure API Policy? The "@(...)" expression in Azure API Policy can be used to include a single C# expression as the attribute value or text value in most policy statements. When a "@(...)" expression is included in a policy statement, the C# expression will be ev...
2018-02-14, 163👍, 0💬

'@{...}' Expression Blocks in Azure API Policy
How to use the "@{...}" expression block in Azure API Policy? The "@{...}" expression block in Azure API Policy can be used to include a C# statement block as the attribute value or text value in most policy statements. C# statement block in the "@{...}" expression block must end with a "return" sta...
2018-02-14, 161👍, 0💬

Using the 'context' Object in Policy Expressions
How to use the built-in "context" object in Policy expressions? The built-in "context" object can be used any "@(...)" expressions or "@{...}" expression blocks. The "context" object allows you to access information related to Azure API operation through its properties and methods. Here are some exa...
2018-02-14, 156👍, 0💬

What Is Wrapper Function
What is a wrapper function in Python? A wrapper function in Python is a function that takes an old function as input parameter and returns a new function. The new function should have the same parameter list and return type. If you call the new function, it will perform the same task as the old func...
2018-02-08, 196👍, 0💬

Functions Are Objects Too
Are functions objects in Python? Yes, all functions are objects of "function" type in Python? You can verify this with the following Python code: >>> def x(): ... print("Hello world!") ... >>> type(x) <class 'function'> In other words, the "def...
2018-02-08, 191👍, 0💬

Function Parameters Assigned with Object References
Is it true that all function parameters are assigned with object references in Python? Yes, all function parameters are assigned with object references in Python. You modify referenced data objects to share data with the calling statement. Here is a good example of modifying the data object referenc...
2018-02-08, 190👍, 0💬

Pass Function as Function Parameter
How to pass function objects as function parameters? You can pass function objects like any other types of objects as parameters of other functions. For example, >>> def x(): ... print("Hello world!") ... >>> def addVersion(f): ... f.version = "1.0" ... f.au...
2018-02-08, 187👍, 0💬

'__dict__' Dictionary in Function Object
What is the "__dict__" dictionary property in a function object? By default every function object has "__dict__" built-in dictionary property. Each name value pair in this dictionary becomes a formal property of the function object accessible using the "." operation. It is empty when the function ob...
2018-02-08, 164👍, 0💬

What Is Python
What Is Python? Python is a widely used high-level programming language for general-purpose programming, created by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991. Main features of Python: Python is a multi-paradigm programming language: object-oriented programming and structured programming are fully ...
2018-02-01, 197👍, 0💬

JSON Schema Syntax
What is the JSON Schema syntax? I heard that it is very simple. JSON Schema syntax is very simple. Here are some basic JSON Schema syntax rules: 1. A JSON schema must be a valid JSON Object. 2. A JSON schema may contain zero, one or more validation properties (also called keywords). Each validation ...
2018-02-01, 187👍, 0💬

JSON Schema Example
Where to get a simple example of JSON Schema? Here is simple JSON Schema example, called Person_Schema.json: { "title": "Person", "type": "object", "properties": { "firstName": { "type": "string" }, "lastName": { "type": "string" }, "age": { "description": "Age in years", "type": "integer", "minimum...
2018-02-01, 183👍, 0💬

Introduction of Python
Where to find tutorials in understanding what is Python? Here is a list of tutorials to answer many frequently asked questions compiled by FYIcenter.com team in understanding what is Python. What Is Python Download Latest Version of Python for Windows Install Latest Version of Python for Windows Ver...
2018-02-01, 179👍, 0💬

What Is JSON Schema
What Is JSON Schema? JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) Schema is a standard on how to define the structure of a JSON text string. JSON Schema allows you to: Describe the structure of your JSON text strings. Provide clear, human- and machine-readable documentation about your JSON text strings. Allow ...
2018-02-01, 176👍, 0💬

'__init__()' Class Method to Initialize New Instance
What is the "__init__()" class method? The "__init__()" class method is a special method that will be automatically called, if you use the class name as a constructor to create a new instance of the class. Here are the rules you need to follow to define and use the "__init__()" class method: 1. Defi...
2018-01-27, 216👍, 0💬

Manage and Use Class Properties
How to manage and use class properties? Class properties, also called class attributes, are name value pairs associated with class "type" object, and shared among all instances (objects) created from this class. You can manage and use class properties in various places: 1. In the class definition st...
2018-01-27, 203👍, 0💬

What Is Class Method
What is class method in Python? Class methods are functions defined inside the class definition statement block. You can call to execute a class method in two formats: 1. Calling the method with the class name in the dot (.) expression format: class_name.method_name(...). For example, >&g...
2018-01-27, 197👍, 0💬

Create New Instances of a Class
How to Create a New Instance of a Class? There are two ways to create a new instance (object) of a class (or type): 1. The short way: Call the class name as the class constructor function with the following syntax. It will return an instance of the given class. >>> x = class_nam...
2018-01-27, 196👍, 0💬

Where Are Class Properties Stored
Where Are Class Properties Stored? Class properties are stored in a built-in property called "__dict__" in class "type" object. The "__dict__" property is inherited from the base class "object" and managed by the Python engine. If you ever forget what class properties are associated with a class, yo...
2018-01-27, 190👍, 0💬

'context.Request.Body' Request Body
How to access Request body from "context.Request.Body" object in Azure API Policy? Request body is the HTTP request body, which follows an empty line after request headers. You can access Request body from "context.Request.Body" object in any policy statements. This "context.Request.Body" object is ...
2018-01-24, 255👍, 0💬

Using .NET CLR Types in Azure API Policy
How to use .NET CLR Types in Azure API Policy? By default, Azure imports many basic .NET CLR (Common Language Runtime) types into the API policy execution environment. Imported .NET CLR types can be used in any "@(...)" expressions or "@{...}" expression blocks. For example, the following "@{...}" e...
2018-01-24, 217👍, 0💬

'set-variable' Statement to Create Custom Variables
How to use the "set-variable" Policy Statement to create custom variables for an Azure API service operation? The "set-variable" policy statement allows you to create custom variables with given values to be used later in other policy statements. The "set-variable" statement has the following syntax...
2018-01-24, 212👍, 0💬

Use Custom Variables in Policy Expressions
How to use custom variables created by "set-variable" statements in policy expressions? If you want to access custom variables created by "set-variable" statements, you can use the IReadOnlyDictionary object through "context.Variables". For example, the following policy creates a custom variable dur...
2018-01-24, 206👍, 0💬

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