April, 2010

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    Basic Azure Diagnostics

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    Just as the camera is important in capturing the details of moments, logging and tracing are important in an application. Without them, you have no way to record the details when they happened. Today we will discuss how to enable and record data in an...
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    Restrictions of Stored Procedures in SQL Azure

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    While migrating my stored procedures to SQL Azure, I received errors in some because of lack of support of some of the functionality. I had to find a workaround to successfully export them to SQL Azure. Working with XML sp_xml_preparedocument...
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    Creating a Web Service in Cloud

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    Let's create our first web service in the cloud. The service will return the factorial of a number. Just like our Hello World ASP.NET application, we will create a new Cloud Service project but this time with no Role. Once the project is created, add...
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    Referencing SQL Azure Database

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    Irrespective of where your application lies i.e. in the cloud or locally, you can simply connect to the SQL Azure database by replacing your local DB Connection String with the SQL Azure Connection String. The connection string for any SQL Azure database...
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    Exporting and Synchronize local Database to SQL Azure

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    I assume that you already have a SQL Azure account with a Server name and an Administrator. Both the server name and the administrator username are written under "Server Information" on the SQL Azure Server Administration screen. We start by...
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    Windows Azure: Hello World part 2

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    In the previous post we created a new ASP.NET Windows Azure application. In this post, we will publish in on the cloud. In order to publish the application to the cloud, we have to make sure that except for the .net standard library dlls, all the remaining...
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    Windows Azure: Hello World part 1

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    Let us create a simple hello world application in ASP.NET. It will be run locally using the development fabric. In the second part, we will learn how to deploy it in cloud. Open Visual Studio in administrator mode (Run as administrator) and create...
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