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You are developing a solution that will use Azure Stream Analytics. The solution will accept an Azure Blob storage file named Customers. The file will contain both in-store and online customer details. The online customers will provide a mailing address.
You have a file in Blob storage named LocationIncomes that contains based on location.
The file rarely changes.
You need to use an address to look up a median income based on location. You must
output the data to Azure SQL Database for immediate use and to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 for long-term retention.
Solution: You implement a Stream Analytics job that has one streaming input, one reference input, one query, and two outputs.
Does this meet the goal?
A . Yes
B . No
We need one reference data input for LocationIncomes, which rarely changes.
We need two queries, on for in-store customers, and one for online customers.
For each query two outputs is needed.
Note: Stream Analytics also supports input known as reference data. Reference data is either completely static or changes slowly.