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# Work with the Azure Functions File System using the Console
I debated writing this one, but have seen a lot of folks struggling with files and folders while using Azure Functions. The most common question being, "How do I rename my Function?" as shown below.
My preferred method for this type of task is working with the Azure Portal Console. You can access it by clicking on the name of your Azure Functions (You may have to click on Platform features and looking for Development Tools then Command as shown below.
Now that we have a Command Prompt, we should see the following:
> dir D:\home\site\wwwroot Volume in drive D is Windows Volume Serial Number is FE33-4717 Directory of D:\home\site\wwwroot 06/02/2017 02:49 PM <DIR> . 06/02/2017 02:49 PM <DIR> .. 06/02/2017 06:01 PM 28 host.json 06/02/2017 02:49 PM <DIR> TimerTriggerCSharp1 06/02/2017 08:40 PM <DIR> TriggerICS 1 File(s) 28 bytes 4 Dir(s) 5,497,557,942,272 bytes free
We will rename the TimerTriggerCSharp1 to something more meaningful by typing the following:
ren TimerTriggerCharp1 MyAwesomeNewTriggerName
You'll need to refresh the Azure Portal and you can see that the name changed.