Provides a factory for creating queue shares access signature tokens with a common account name and account key. Users can either use the factory or can construct the appropriate service and use the generate_*_shared_access_signature method directly.
- account_name (str) – The storage account name used to generate the shared access signatures.
- account_key (str) – The access key to generate the shares access signatures.
generate_queue(queue_name, permission=None, expiry=None, start=None, id=None, ip=None, protocol=None)¶
Generates a shared access signature for the queue. Use the returned signature with the sas_token parameter of QueueService.
- queue_name (str) – Name of queue.
- permission (QueuePermissions) – The permissions associated with the shared access signature. The user is restricted to operations allowed by the permissions. Permissions must be ordered read, add, update, process. Required unless an id is given referencing a stored access policy which contains this field. This field must be omitted if it has been specified in an associated stored access policy.
- expiry (datetime or str) – The time at which the shared access signature becomes invalid. Required unless an id is given referencing a stored access policy which contains this field. This field must be omitted if it has been specified in an associated stored access policy. Azure will always convert values to UTC. If a date is passed in without timezone info, it is assumed to be UTC.
- start (datetime or str) – The time at which the shared access signature becomes valid. If omitted, start time for this call is assumed to be the time when the storage service receives the request. Azure will always convert values to UTC. If a date is passed in without timezone info, it is assumed to be UTC.
- id (str) – A unique value up to 64 characters in length that correlates to a stored access policy. To create a stored access policy, use set_blob_service_properties.
- ip (str) – Specifies an IP address or a range of IP addresses from which to accept requests. If the IP address from which the request originates does not match the IP address or address range specified on the SAS token, the request is not authenticated. For example, specifying sip=220.127.116.11 or sip=18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124 on the SAS restricts the request to those IP addresses.
- protocol (str) – Specifies the protocol permitted for a request made. The default value
is https,http. See
Protocolfor possible values.