With this module, you can connect Microsoft Azure Blob Storage with Akeneo. You can save your product assets on the cloud. Azure Blob storage is Microsoft’s object storage solution for the cloud. Blob storage helps in storing massive amounts of unstructured data.
This module works with Akeneo 2.0.x, 2.1.x, 2.2.x, 2.3.x, 3.0.x, 3.1.x, 3.2.x and 4.0.x. Download Akeneo from here
Node and Yarn packages need to be installed.
This module is compatible with the Akeneo community and Enterprise(Flexibility) edition.
If you want to use this extension on Akeneo EE Serenity mode, please contact us.
6 – Copy the “config” folder into akeneo project root directory for routing.
7 – After that, run this command after ssh to your akeneo server by the terminal then navigate to the pim installation directory (don’t run this command directly after ssh, first navigate to pim installation directory using cd command ex. cd /opt/bitnami/apps/akeneo/htdocs)
8 – After that, run this command after ssh to your akeneo server by the terminal then navigate to the pim installation directory (don’t run this command directly after ssh, first navigate to pim installation directory using cd command ex. cd /opt/bitnami/apps/akeneo/htdocs)
It might happen that even after proper installation, upon opening your Akeneo admin dashboard, you see a loading screen. In that case, do check for the following solution:
Webpack Installation: If you get the below error:
It means that the web pack is not installed in your system then you have to run the following commands:
npm install--save-prod webpack
Module routing.yml is not configured properly. Re-check the routing.yml file as mentioned in the 3rd step of Module Installation
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Create and Setup Azure Credential in Akeneo
After installing the Module in Akeneo, the user has to set the configuration of Azure in Akeneo. The user can navigate to “/src/Webkul/AzureBlobIntegrationBundle/Resources/config.yml” to add the credentials.
Step 1: Update the value of the key then add the container name. For example:
Step 2: Update the value of the connection string. Here, you have to enter further details:
Default End Point Protocol
End Point Prefix
You can find further details on your Azure server. For example:
After successfully installing the module in Akeneo, you need to set up the Microsoft Azure API credentials in Akeneo. Please log into Akeneo and follow icon Akeneo Microsoft Azure Blob Storage Integration>>Setting. After that you have to add the region of your store. You have to enter the value like:
Create Products in Akeneo
To create a product in Akeneo, navigate to Products then click the Create button. Now, you need to choose the product type – as Product or Product Model.
Product – Select this type for creating simple and virtual products.
Product Model – Select this type for creating a configurable product with variations.
Now enter the required SKU, choose a family, after that click the Save button.
Product Family – A family is a set of attributes that will be the same for all products belonging to a family. The product family represents product type, imposes product information structure also defines the list of attributes for a product that it belongs to.
Add Product Details
Now you need to provide information about the product. Here you have to enter further details of the product like quantity, price, size, and description.
Upload the Images
Click on the upload image section or drag and drop feature then add an image.
After uploading the images, you can see the thumbnail of the images.
As a result, the user can see further icons after uploading the images.
Generate the Azure Link
After that, if you will click on the Link button then you will be able to generate the Azure link in Akeneo.
Finally, you can copy the Azure Blob images link in the browser to see the image.