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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Installing IIS 7 on Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. In , open Control Panel and then click Programs. 
    IIS install Step 1
  2. Under Programs and Features, click Turn Windows features on or off.
    Turn Windows Features On or Off
    How to install IIS on Windows 7
    If Control Panel is set to display in Classic view, click Programs and Features,
    and in then in the left pane, click Turn Windows features on or off.
  3. The Windows Features dialog box is displayed.Expand Internet Information Services.
    Expand Internet Information Services
    Step 3
  4. Expand Web Management Tools, expand IIS 6 Management Compatibility, and then select the IIS 6 Metabase and IIS 6 configuration compatibility check box.
    Step 4
  5. Expand World Wide Web Services, expand Application Development Features, and then select the ASP.NET check box.
    The options that are required for Web application development will automatically
    be select
  6. Expand World Wide Web Services, expand Security, and then select the Windows Authentication check box. To enable Visual Studio to debug applications, you must configure IIS 7.0 with the Windows Authentication module. By default, the module is not configured as part of IIS.
    Step 6
  7. Expand the World Wide Services, expand the Common HTTP Features then check the Static Content.
    Step 7
  8. Click OK to start the IIS and ASP.NET installation process.
  9. When the configuration process finishes, close Control Panel.
  10. After clicking OK button it will take some time to install IIS and others features on your computer. After doing this you need to be sure that every thing is OK! for this open your browser and navigate to http://localhost. If you can see the following page then every thing is OK.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Details and Limitations of Blobs, Tables, and Queues of Windows Azure

  • Block Id - 64 Bytes Per Block
  • PutBlob - 64 MB Total
  • Blob MetaData - 8 KB Per Blob
  • PutBlock / PutBlockList - 50 GB Each
  • Blocks - 4 MB Each

Container Name:

  • Valid DNS Name
  • All Lowercase
  • 3 to 63 Characters
  • Starts With Letter or Number
  • Letters, Numbers, and Dash (-)
  • Every Dash (-) Must Be Immediately Preceded and Followed by a Letter or Number
Blob Name:
  • 1,024 Characters Max
  • Any combination of characters, but reserved URL characters must be properly escaped
  • Specify a delimiter within a blob name to create a virtual hierarchy though blob storage is flat and not a hierarchical 

    Table Name:

  • Only Alphanumeric Characters
  • Case-Insensitive
  • 3 to 63 Characters
  • May Not Begin With a Numeric Character
  • Up to 255 Entity Properties (including PartitionKey, RowKey, and Timestamp)
  • 1 MB Max for Combined Size of All Data in an Entity's Properties
Property Name:

  • Case-Sensitive
  • 255 Characters Max
  • Only Alphanumeric Characters
  • Must Begin With a Letter
  • Messages - 8 KB Max
  • Messages pushed to end of queue and popped from front of queue (FIFO)
  • Unlimited number of messages

Queue Name:

  • Valid DNS name
  • All Lowercase
  • 3 to 63 Characters
  • Start With a Letter or Number
  • Letters, Numbers, and Dash (-)
  • First and Last Letters Must be Alphanumeric
  • Dash (-) character may not be the first or last letter

Windows Azure One of the request inputs is out of range

Exception :
  Microsoft.WindowsAzure.StorageClient.StorageClientException was unhandled
  Message=One of the request inputs is out of range.

  InnerException: System.Net.WebException
       Message=The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.
            at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse(IAsyncResult asyncResult)
            at Microsoft.WindowsAzure.StorageClient.EventHelper.ProcessWebResponse(WebRequest req,  IAsyncResult asyncResult, EventHandler`1 handler, Object sender)

Solution :
All container and queue names should not contain capital letters

for Windows Azure Details and Limitataions Click on below link

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