@Guilherme Rodrigues Silva de Jesus Thanks for reaching out.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to concentrate all your endpoints in just one function.json file in Azure Functions. Each endpoint must be defined in its own function.json file.
However, you can use the Azure Functions Proxies feature to surface your API through a single endpoint. Azure Functions Proxies allows you to forward requests to other resources. You define an HTTP endpoint just like with an HTTP trigger, but instead of writing code to execute when that endpoint is called, you provide a URL to a remote implementation. This allows you to compose multiple API sources into a single API surface, which is easy for clients to consume.
Hi @Guilherme Rodrigues Silva de Jesus
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