Development Storage Logging

The development storage has an extensive logging infrastructure that allows you to monitor all sorts of interesting events including all the SQL commands sent to your SQL instance. These logs are also useful when debugging storage access or determining why things aren’t behaving the way you think they should. To enable logging, fire up your…

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Configuring the Storage Client with Connection Strings

In the November 2009 SDK we included an official storage client library. As an improvement over the StorageClient sample we previously shipped, the new official library supports a connection string format for easy single-value configuration of storage endpoints and account information. We tried to mimic the general format of a SQL connection string; the format…

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Obligatory Introductory Post

Hello, world! Time for the obligatory introductory post to get this blog off to a good start. Let’s begin with a little about myself. I’m a software developer on the Windows Azure SDK at Microsoft. I currently work on the samples and the brand-new official storage client library released in the November 2009 SDK. I…

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