Unable to add function binding--vscode workspace local project is not showing my-function

hamza ali 20 Reputation points
2024-03-23T08:42:20.7433333+00:00

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Hello everyone,
I am developing azure function(javascript) locally on VSCODE. The azure vscode extension show us our function name under workspace-->localproject-->function-->our-function-name and from there we could add binding to input/output to anywhere(i-e cosmos db). but I am only seeing start debugging instead of my function name.
How i will be able to add bindings now?

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  1. Ryan Hill 25,396 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-03-23T20:02:05.3833333+00:00

    Hi @hamza ali

    It looks like you just created a function project without any functions in it. To add the function with the binding, you can click the Azure Function icon and select Create New Function from the context menu.

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    This will bring up a wizard that will step you through creating a trigger function. Or, you could add the function yourself by creating the method and decorating that method with app.cosmosdb_trigger attribute:

    @app.cosmos_db_trigger(name="documents", 
                           connection="CONNECTION_SETTING",
                           database_name="DB_NAME", 
                           container_name="CONTAINER_NAME", 
                           lease_container_name="leases",
                           create_lease_container_if_not_exists="true")
    def test_function(documents: func.DocumentList) -> str:
        if documents:
            logging.info('Document id: %s', documents[0]['id'])
    

    See Develop Azure Functions locally using Core Tools | Microsoft Learn for more details.


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