Work with SQL Azure?

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Work with SQL Azure?

Post by jkhilpp » Mon 10 Jun 2013 16:08

I'm building a .NET web application w/DB on the Azure platform. I'm looking to create the DB using Model First and building the DB on SQL Azure, tables and blob storage. My question, one I've learned not to take for granted, does Entity Developer play nice with SQL Azure? I don't have SQL Server installed and prefer not to. I'm using VS2012, .NET 4.5, EF 5.0
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Re: Work with SQL Azure?

Post by HSNMatt » Mon 10 Jun 2013 21:34

SQL Azure works the same as any other DB...

If you are talking about Azure Storage, you might want to consider using their API rather than using any EF providers.

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Re: Work with SQL Azure?

Post by Shalex » Wed 12 Jun 2013 09:59

Entity Developer supports SQL Azure.

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