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  • Blog Post: Bring Your Own Database with the .NET Backend

    Azure Mobile Services helps provision a database for you when you create a new mobile service. But what if you want to connect to your own, existing SQL Azure database with the .NET backend? For example: You have an existing Mobile Service that uses the Node backend and has a lot of data in the...
  • Blog Post: Tables with Integer Keys and the .NET Backend

    A question I've seen asked a few times on our internal email lists "how to expose tables that have integer keys in the database through the .NET Backend?". The key is to use AutoMapper (see Mapping between Database Types and Client Types in the .NET Backend using AutoMapper an introduction). For example...
  • Blog Post: Mapping between Database Types and Client Types in the .NET Backend using AutoMapper

    Most of the samples showing how to use the .NET Backend have a single type that represents both the data stored in the database and the data that is exposed to the service callers. However, sometimes you cannot expose your database data as-is, or you want to provide and accept extra data to callers that...
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