Help with best practice - Implementing OData URL Conventions (V4) with Azure Functions V2

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I’m @JohnKarwoski  looking for some best practices on implementing OData URL Conventions (V4) with Azure Functions V2 (using .NET Core 2.1) that utilize a CosmosDb backend setup using the SQL API.


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For example, an Azure function that returns user tasks from the backend. What are the best practices to support OData ‘$filter’ and ‘$select’ query options from the URL, and translate those query options to a CosmosDb SQL syntax. I’d rather not write a custom parser if there are existing libraries to take advantage of. Example API call: "$filter=Name eq 'SomeTaskName' and TaskDuration lt 8$select=Description,StartDate,EstEndDate"

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@JohnKarwoski I could share with you a workaround while official support is being developed:

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If you want to track the official request, please go to: