In this Azure PowerShell article, we will discuss the syntax and usage of the Get-AzStorageQueue PowerShell command with examples of how to use the Get-AzStorageQueue command.
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The Get-AzStorageQueue PowerShell command is a very good PowerShell command that can help you to get the lists of storage queues that are associated with the specified storage account.
Below is the syntax of the Get-AzStorageQueue PowerShell command.
Get-AzStorageQueue [[-Name] <String>]
Let’s discuss a few examples of the usage of the Get-AzStorageQueue command.
You can execute the below PowerShell command to get the lists of storage queues from the demorg18c6c storage account.
$sARG = "DEMORG1" $sAName = "demorg18c6c" $sAKey = (Get-AzStorageAccountKey -ResourceGroupName $sARG -AccountName $sAName).Value $myctx = New-AzStorageContext -StorageAccountName $sAName -StorageAccountKey $sAKey Get-AzStorageQueue -Context $myctx
After executing the above script, I got the below output
Queue End Point: https://demorg18c6c.queue.core.windows.net/ Name Uri ---- --- flowec38d66ac5f03a7jobtriggers00 https://demorg18c6c.queue.core.windows.net/flowec3...
You can see the same output below
Note: An important point to note down here is, you need to pass the storage context like above along with the Get-AzStorageQueue command else you will get the error “Get-AzStorageQueue : Could not get the storage context. Please pass in a storage
context or set the current storage context.”.
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