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07/05/2010

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Piotr

Have you tried to deploy this solution in Windows Azure? When I have tried to deploy your aplication in Windows Azure it hang in "Busy" status. Only removing the section from the web.config has allowed to successfully deploy the solution in Azure environment.

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Piotr

Regarding to the last comment. It was a standardEndpoints section. Only removing it allow to successful deployment.

Rene

I added the following section at the beginning of web.config file which fixed this issue:




Rene

configSections sectionGroup name=system.serviceModel
type=System.ServiceModel.Configuration.ServiceModelSectionGroup,
System.ServiceModel, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089 section name=standardEndpoints
type=System.ServiceModel.Configuration.StandardEndpointsSection,
System.ServiceModel, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral,
PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089/ /sectionGroup /configSections

Andiih

I've tried to follow this tutorial with my own web service, and to download the attached package. Both have the same result: when I try to run it in VS2010 it hangs on "Launching the browser" and global.asax.cs is never run.

Does the package run as is in VS or does it need to be deployed to azure hosting to see it operate ?

Christian Weyer

Hi Andiih,

yes, the sample from the download above works for me and several other people in the local dev fabric and in Azure.

Cennest

Hi,
Thanks for this. It helped me save a lot of time and worked on Azure rightaway..
I did however have to add a multipleSiteBindingsEnabled ="true" attribute in the tag for this to work in IIS...strange because even in Azure it would have gotten installed on IIS itself but i kept getting a multibindings error untill i added this attribute. Any clue why this error did not arise in Azure deployed version???

Thanks
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Christian Weyer

Hi,

which Azure SDK version are you using?

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I thought I will write up the very simple and straight-forward solution.

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