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Magnus Karlsson Azure Web Roles Developing for Azure web roles and web services.
Connect to running web role on Azure using Remote Desktop Connection and VS2012
We want to be able to collect IntelliTrace information from our running app and also use remote desktop to connect to the IIS and look around(probably debugging). 1. Create certificate 1.1 Right-click the cloud project (marked in red) and select “Configure remote desktop”. 1.2 In the drop down list of certificates, choose <create> at the bottom. 1.3. Follow the instructions, you can set it up with default values. 1.4 When done. Choose the certificate and click “Copy to File…” as seen in the ......

Posted On Monday, December 3, 2012 8:43 PM

How to use Azure storage for uploading and displaying pictures.
Basic set up of Azure storage for local development and production. This is a somewhat completion of the following guide from http://www.windowsazure.com... that also involves a practical example that I believe is commonly used, i.e. upload and present an image from a user. First we set up for local storage and then we configure for them to work on a web role. Steps: 1. Configure connection string locally. 2. Configure model, controllers and razor views. ......

Posted On Sunday, December 2, 2012 1:41 PM

Add SQL Azure database to Azure Web Role and persist data with entity framework code first.
By: Magnus Karlsson, http://geekswithblogs.net/M... my last post I went for a warts n all approach to set up a web role on Azure. In this post I’ll describe how to add an SQL Azure database to the project. This will be described with an as minimal as possible amount of code and screen dumps. All questions are welcome in the comments area. Please don’t email since questions answered in the comments field is made available to other visitors. As an example we will add a comments section ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 31, 2012 2:50 PM

Setup and configure a MVC4 project for Cloud Service(web role) and SQL Azure
Update Oct. 29 2012: Got a question about how to upload Certificate files. See part 4 for instructions.I aim at keeping this blog post updated and add related posts to it. Since there are a lot of these out there I link to others that has done kind of the same before me, kind of a blog-DRY pattern that I'm aiming for. I also keep all mistakes and misconceptions for others to see. As an example; if I hit a stacktrace I will google it if I don't directly figure out the reason for it. I will then probably ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 1:13 PM

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