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Cum sa faci deploy din Visual Studio direct in cloud

Visual Studio 2010 ne ofera posibilitatea de a face deploy( publish) la un proiect direct in cloud. Mecanismul prin care se face deploy este asemanator cu cel pentru o solutie web.
Primul pas este sa dam click dreapta pe proiectul care contine rolurile pentru Azure si sa selecta "Publish".
Al doilea pas este selectam "Deploy your Windows Azure project to Windows Azure". O sa avem nevoie sa adaugam credentialele daca acestea nu sunt setate deja. Pentru a putea adauga credentialele avem nevoie sa selectam un certificat( putem sa folosim unul deja existent sau sa generam unul local), iar apoi ID-ul subscripției noastre. Insa aici apare o problema cand vrem sa dam OK. Nu o sa putem sa adaugam credentialele pentru subcriptia noastra pana cand nu inregistram certificatul pe platforma de Windows Azure.
Pentru a inregistra certificatul este nevoie sa il exportam de pe masina noastra folosind tool-ul mmc.exe. Iar apoi este nevoie sa ne logam pe https://windows.azure.com/ si sa mergem la sectiunea "Managment Certificates" de sub "Hosted Services, Storage Account & CDN". In aceasta locatie este nevoie sa adaugam certificatul pe care l-am exportat cu mmc.exe.
Dupa ce am selectat si credentialele, este nevoie doar sa selectam unde vrem sa facem deployment-ul si ce storage vrem sa folosim.
Atentie, nu uitati sa adaugati acest certificatul pe platforma de Windows Azure.

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