Azure Storage SDK for .NET: How to set RetryPolicy on the new Blob storage library?

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In the Microsoft.WindowsAzure.Storage (the legacy Azure SDK for .NET), we could set the retry policy for a BlobClient to be an IRetryPolicy like so:

var blobClient = this.storageAccount.CreateCloudBlobClient();    
blobClient.DefaultRequestOptions.RetryPolicy = TransientFactory.GetStorageRetryPolicy().AsAzureStorageClientRetryPolicy();

However, in the new version of the SDK, with BlobClients being directly created without having to go through a CloudStorageAccount, how can we do this?

The furthest I have been able to get using the docs is to manually set max retries:

 var blobClientOptions = new BlobClientOptions();
 blobClientOptions.Retry.MaxRetries = 4;
 var blobServiceClient = new BlobServiceClient("connection_string", options: blobClientOptions);
        

Instead of manually setting retry parameters, is it possible set the RetryPolicy on a BlobClient or BlobServiceClient?


Solution

The usage you post is exactly the way we use. We could set the retry policy in two positions.

One is how you post: set the retry policy when creating blob client.

One set the retry policy when creating BlobServiceClient:

var blobServiceClient = new BlobServiceClient
(connectionString:storageAccountConnectionString, options: blobClientOptions);

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