Azure Event Hubs Node

The Azure Event Hubs Node allows a workflow to publish a message to an Azure Event Hub.

Azure Event Hubs Node


Configuration for the node is broken up into four sections …


First, choose where to send your message.

  • Choose an Integration: Retrieves your Azure Event Hubs configuration from the selected Integration.

    • Integration: Choose which of your application’s Azure Event Hubs integrations you would like to publish the message on. Note: Integrations are not accessible from Edge Workflows, so only direct configuration is available to them.
  • Enter Credentials: Configure the Azure Event Hubs connection directly within the node.

    • Event Hub Name Template: The name of the event hub to send messages to.
    • Connection String Template: The connection string scoped to either an event hub namespace, or to a specific event hub. In order to properly connect with WEGnology, the access policy associated with the connection string must have Send permission.


Next, define the content of the message itself.

  • Partition Key Template: Optionally, you may provide a partition key to send the message to a specific partition for data organization purposes.
  • Message Data Method: Select the format of the message template:

  • Message Template / Payload Path: Enter the message data in the selected format.

User Properties

Optionally, you may include include some additional properties along with your message in the form of key/value pairs. There are three methods by which you may include the attributes:

  • Individual Fields allows you to enter each key/value separately, with the key and the value both accepting string templates.
  • JSON Template accepts an object of key/value pairs in one block. The object may not contain any nested properties, and Handlebars helpers may be used for either the keys or values.
  • Payload Path accepts a payload path to an object of key/value pairs on your payload.

Result Path

Optionally, you can store the message response on the current payload by entering a payload path here. The value will be an object with the following properties:

  • success: The value is true if the message was successfully sent, and false if the message failed to send.
  • error: If the message failed to send, the result will include an error object with properties detailing why the sending failed.

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