How to use the botbuilder-azure.DocumentDbClient function in botbuilder-azure

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github microsoft / BotBuilder-Samples / Node / core-CustomState / app.js View on Github external
var userName = session.userData[UserNameKey];
    if (!userName) {
        return session.beginDialog('greet');

    // has the user been welcomed to the conversation?
    if (!session.privateConversationData[UserWelcomedKey]) {
        session.privateConversationData[UserWelcomedKey] = true;
        return session.send('Welcome back %s! Remember the rules: %s', userName, HelpMessage);

}).set('storage', inMemoryStorage); // Register in memory storage

// Azure DocumentDb State Store
var docDbClient = new azure.DocumentDbClient({
    host: process.env.DOCUMENT_DB_HOST,
    masterKey: process.env.DOCUMENT_DB_MASTER_KEY,
    database: process.env.DOCUMENT_DB_DATABASE,
    collection: process.env.DOCUMENT_DB_COLLECTION
var botStorage = new azure.AzureBotStorage({ gzipData: false }, docDbClient);

// Set Custom Store
bot.set('storage', botStorage);

// Enable Conversation Data persistence
bot.set('persistConversationData', true);

// search dialog
bot.dialog('search', function (session, args, next) {
    // perform search


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