Azure SDK provides you with various python packages that allow you to access Microsoft components such as service management, Service Bus, Service Storage, and many things. But I have seen many developers get the error Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure. In this entire tutorial, you will know how to remove this error easily.
What is modulenotfound error?
ModuleNotFoundError is a python error. In most cases, you will get errors when you are importing a specific python package into your system. If the module is not installed or corrupt in your system then you will get the error ModuleNotFound.
Cause of Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure error
There can be many reasons for this modulenotfounderror. But the main reason for this error is that you have not installed the azure package in your system.
In Pycharm if the azure package is not installed then you will get the red underline below the word azure.
But in case of command prompt or terminal, you will get the Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure.
How to solve no module named azure error
As I have already told you that mostly this type of error comes when you have not installed that package in your system. Therefore you have to install the azure package in your system. To install it you have to use the pip3 or pip command. The pip3 command is for the python 3. xx version and the pip command is for python 2. xx.
To check the version of the python you have to use the below bash command.
In my case, it is python 3. xx, so I will use the pip3 command.
Let’s install the azure package.
pip3 install azure
Modulenotfounderror: no module named azure error comes when you have not installed the azure package on your system. The best way to solve this error is to upgrade the pip and then Install the azure package. It will solve this error.