The error you're encountering indicates an issue with the entry point and module setup in your Azure Functions project. Specifically, it mentions that the worker was unable to load the entry point "src/functions/*.js" and that it cannot use an import statement outside a module.
To resolve this issue, you can try the following steps:
Verify the module system: Make sure that your project is using a module system that supports ES modules. Azure Functions supports CommonJS modules by default, so you may need to configure your project to use CommonJS syntax instead of ES modules.
Update the import statement: If you're using an import statement in your Azure Functions code, ensure that it is used within the proper module context. In CommonJS modules, you should use the
require() function instead of
Check your job classes and methods: Verify that your job classes and methods are declared as public. Ensure that the necessary registration methods for binding extensions, such as Azure Storage, Service Bus, and Timers, are called in your startup code.
Ensure required dependencies are installed: Confirm that you have installed all the required dependencies for your Azure Functions project. Run
npm install to ensure that all dependencies listed in your
package.json file are installed.
Review the Azure Functions runtime version: Check the Azure Functions runtime version you're using and ensure that it supports the features and syntax used in your code. If necessary, update the Azure Functions runtime version to a compatible one.
Review recent changes: If you made any recent changes to your project or dependencies, consider reverting those changes or investigating if they could have introduced the error.
Check the Azure Functions documentation: Review the Azure Functions documentation and any specific documentation related to the version you're using. It may provide additional insights or solutions to common issues.
If the problem persists, you can also try creating a new Azure Functions project from scratch and gradually adding your code and dependencies to identify any potential issues.