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Is generating UserDelegationKey and "SAS Token Uri per-blob" for Azure Storage Account blobs programmatically, considered a "Management Operation" to hit the 800 per 5 minutes limit?

Hello, we are using Azure Storage Account for blobs and want to use the Sas Token Uri per file to generate them in runtime programmatically. Are these operations considered "management operations"?

What is the "scalability limit" for "GetUserDelegationKeyAsync" and "Generate SAS token Uri in code" for a storage account?
Is it going to be included in the 800 per 5 minutes limit that's provided in the documentation? Are there other limits when we do these calls using Blob Storage SDK that are not directly "data/content of the blob" related? I am hoping this is not an Azure Resource Manager operation, but correct me if I am wrong.

This is the doc for the limits - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/common/scalability-targets-standard-account


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I wanted to let you know that I am looking into this and will provide an update once I have more information.

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Yes please! Thanks.

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@vin-kamat
Please see this thread which provides an answer to your question. Neither of those actions should utilize the Azure Storage Resource Provider REST API. Instead they should fall under the Blob service REST API.

Hope this helps! Let us know if you have further questions or issues.



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