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If you have an old version of the Windows Azure SDK on your machine, you must remove it before installing the new version Right-click the Microsoft Windows Installer file, and then click Uninstall to remove the previous version of the SDK Next, install the SDK on your computer by running the Windows Installer file By default, the SDK is installed into the C:\Program Files\Windows Azure SDK\ directory
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The SDK comes with a number of samples that you may find useful Here, we re going to use them to test out the new installation Navigate to the aforementioned SDK directory and unzip the file to a directory where you have write access
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advised to choose a different parent directory for the sample applications To test the SDK installation, follow these steps: 1 Open the Windows Azure SDK command prompt by clicking the Start button, clicking Program Files, and then clicking Window Azure SDK (January 2009 CTP) 2 Navigate to the sample directory, and then run the RunDevStorecmd utility to build the samples, create local tables required by the samples, and launch development storage Running development storage starts the local Blob, Queue, and Table services 3 Navigate to the HelloWorld application directory, and then run runmecmd 4 The development fabric icon will appear in the system tray after a moment Running the sample automatically launches your web browser and points to the service s default web page The web interface for the Hello World sample will be displayed in the browser window
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Creating cloud apps with Windows Azure is accomplished through Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 To start making your apps, follow these steps: 1 Run Visual Studio 2008 as an administrator Click the Start button and then point to all programs 2 Point to Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, right-click Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, and click Run as Administrator 3 When the User Account Control box appears, click Continue 4 From the File menu, click New, and then click Project 5 In the resulting dialog box, select Cloud Services from the Visual C# project type 6 In the Templates list, click Web Cloud Service This creates a web role 7 Enter the names for your project and solution, and make sure that the Create Directory for Solution box is checked
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8 In the Solution Explorer, you ll see that the solution structure was created You'll see two projects, a Cloud Compute project and an ASPNET project The ASPNET project will contain your code The Cloud Compute project contains a reference to the ASPNET project, as well as the service definition file (csdef) and service configuration file (cscfg) 9 Change the Defaultaspx page to display some custom text for this example
Running the App Locally
Next, test the application locally before publishing it to the Azure cloud You can do that by following these steps: 1 Press F5 This starts the service in the development fabric 2 Expand the tree on the left panel to see the service deployments 3 Expand the HelloFabric node to see the web role and worker role that are running within the service 4 Expand the node for the web role or worker role to view the running instances of the role
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5 Click on a numbered node to see the messages being written to the log for this role instance 6 Click the Service Details node This shows you the roles and ports that were requested and issued
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http://*:80 and an IP address of 127001:80 If port 80 is not available, it will pick the next available port 7 Switch back to Visual Studio, and press SHIFT+F5 to stop debugging
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