This shell script downloads the Visual Studio Online Build Agent, installs on the new machine, registers with the Visual Studio Online account, and adds to the specified build agent pool and starts the build agent to accept jobs.
While building your project you receive this error – The current .NET SDK does not support targeting .NET Core 2.2. Either target .NET Core 2.1 or lower, or use a version of the .NET SDK that supports .NET Core 2.2.
You can easily access the AWS API endpoints secured by API Key using Azure Logic App or test these API’s using POSTMAN.
You can use POSTMAN to get JWT token and then invoke the secured API method by passing the JWT token. The custom authorizer will verify the token to allow the access to the API call.
In this article we will create a lambda function which will act as custom authorizer for invoking AWS API Gateway calls.
You can easily import an sample API in AWS API Gateway and deploy it after testing the published methods.
Follow the steps to create a Service Principal in Azure. This Service Principal can be used to authenticate and get access to resources.
How to access AWS API Gateway Endpoints secured by Custom Authorizer from Microsoft Azure and test using POSTMAN
Follow the steps provided in this article to access AWS API Gateway Endpoints secured by Custom Authorizer from Microsoft Azure and test using POSTMAN
Will the Build agent still work? What will happen if I restart build agent after PAT expires?
While executing custom authorization in AWS API Gateway, AuthorizerConfigurationException is for all Exceptions thrown during Authorizer execution unless these are mapped under Gateway Response mapping.