Delete Azure Data Lake Storage (Cloud Connectivity)


This operator deletes the specified file from Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.


After you have configured your Azure Blob Storage account, you can delete an Azure Blob Storage file with this operator.


  • file (File)

    The file object that you want to delete. This must be an Azure Blob Storage file, provided by e.g. a Read Azure Blob Storage output port. Alternatively, you can select the file using the file parameter that is only shown if the file input port is not connected.

  • connection (Connection)

    This input port expects a Connection object if any. See the parameter connection entry for more information. Using both the file and the connection ports is redundant and not recommended as the file already contains the connection information.

  • through (IOObject)

    This is an optional port. Any object connected at this port is delivered without any modifications to the through output port.


  • connection (Connection)

    This output port delivers the Connection object from the input port. If the input port is not connected the port delivers nothing.

  • through (IOObject)

    Any object connected to the through is delivered here without any modification.


  • connection_source This parameter indicates how the connection should be specified. It gives you two options, predefined and repository. The parameter is not visible if the connection input port is connected. Range: selection
  • connection_entry This parameter is only available when the connection source parameter is set to repository. This parameter is used to specify a repository location that represents a connection entry. The connection can also be provided using the connection input port. Range: string
  • connection This parameter is only available when the connection source parameter is set to predefined. The connection details for the Azure Blob Storage connection have to be specified. If you have already configured an Azure Blob Storage connection, you can select it from the drop-down list. If you have not configured an Azure Blob Storage yet, select the icon to the right of the drop-down list. Create a new Azure Blob Storage connection in the Manage connections box. The account name and account key are required. Range: configurable
  • file Select the Azure Blob Storage file you want to delete. Note that you need Read and Execute permissions on the root directory to be able to list its content. Alternatively, you can use the file input port to specify the file to be deleted, in which case, this parameter is hidden and its value is ignored. Range: selection