Shared Access Signature authentication with Service Bus

Shared Access Signature (SAS) authorization enables apps to access Service Bus using tokens generated from an access key configured on a namespace or an entity. Each key has specific rights associated with it. This sample illustrates configuration & runtime auth using SAS.

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