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Business logic in Azure Mobile Services

Updated: September 28, 2014

The topics in this section provide information and examples for defining business logic as server scripts in Microsoft Azure Mobile Services. Server scripts can be registered to table operations, define scheduled jobs, and define a custom API. This same content is available as help in the Microsoft Azure Management Portal. For more general information about Mobile Services and examples of how to use Mobile Services in your apps, see Mobile Services Tutorials and Resources.

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Topic Description

Register table operations in Azure Mobile Services

Describes server script functionality specifically related to table operations in Mobile Services, which includes the following topics:

Schedule periodic script execution in Azure Mobile Services

Describes how using the job scheduler to define server scripts in Mobile Services, which includes the following topics:

Define custom APIs in Azure Mobile Services

Describes how define custom HTTP endpoints in Mobile Services, which includes the following topic:

Read and write data

Shows an example of how to access data tables from server scripts.

Authorize user

Shows an example of how to modify an operation based on an authenticated user.

Send push notification

Shows an example of how to send a push notification from a server script.

Send HTTP request

Shows an example of how to send an HTTP request from a script.

Error handling

Shows an example of how to override default error handling for requests.

Restrict access to admins

Shows an example of how, from scripts, to only allow administers to perform operations.

Script debugging

Describes how to debug server scripts.

Shortcut keys

Details the shortcut keys available in the script editor in the Management Portal.

See Also

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