I was writing these articles and received this error when calling my Azure Function:
[Info] The following Exception happened: Response status code does not indicate success: 400 (Bad Request).
- Create an Azure Key Vault secret
- Using Managed Service Identity MSI with and Azure App Service or an Azure Function
- How to connect to a database from an Azure Function
I narrowed it down to the request I was making to my Azure Key Vault secret, the URL I was requested looked similar to this:
which looked correct and matched the examples I had to work with.
Then I decided to use Postman to perform the same request. Having already written these articles, I was ready to go with it:
I needed a token for authentication and once I configured Postman and executed the REST call, I received the solution as seen in Figure 1.
Figure 1, 400 Bad Request Azure Function App, Azure Function
I changed the api-version in my URL and bang!, Figure 2.
Figure 2, 400 Bad Request Azure Function App, Azure Function