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Converting Existing ASP.NET application in to Windows Azure

Method 1:  1. Add a Windows Azure Cloud Service to the existing solution

                        2. Add WebRole Project in solution and select Existing Asp.Net project in it.

Method 2: The other option would have been to create a new Cloud Service project and add the ASP.NET project (which you want to deploy on Azure) to it using -

                   1. Solution | Add | Existing Project

                   2. Add | Web Role Project in solution

Converting Sql server database to SQL Azure -

Step 1: Migrate the <Existing Application>.MDF

Step 2: Migrate the ASP.NET providers

Step 3: Change the connection strings

More details can be found at

http://blogs.msdn.com/jnak/archive/2010/02/08/migrating-an-existing-asp-net-app-to-run-on-windows-azure.aspx

 

Ritesh

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