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This is a free application to help you manage your table storage. 

Usage Examples:
XML Export:

Cloud storage protocol
If XML format is not required, we would suggest you to use
CloudStorageFile.CreateFromStream() method.

Cloud Storage File
There are some documentation available in MSDN and below we provide
couple of examples for your reference.

Cloud Storage Query
It is not possible to access Windows Azure table storage directly via
LINQ. That is why we provide you one method which allows you to
interact with the Windows Azure Table Storage via LINQ.

LINQ Query

Cloud Storage Query
For list of all documentation available for Windows Azure Table
Storage we recommend you to take a look at the following link.

Further reading
Windows Azure Overview
Windows Azure Table Storage
Cloud Storage Queries


I have an excellent article on using Azure Tables with Windows Azure Storage
The article demonstrates, Using „Table” with Windows Azure Storage

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TableXplorer Crack Download (Latest)

– Create and manage tables in Windows Azure,
– Export data as Excel or CSV format,
– Load data from an existing CSV or Excel file,
– Filters: TableXplorer 2022 Crack provides an amazing set of filters to narrow down table results based on data that’s being imported or exported,
– Deletes: Deletes a table, all its rows and columns,
– Rows: Adds, deletes, or renames rows,
– Columns: Adds, deletes, or renames columns,
– Checks: Checks the integrity of a table based on the storage account’s file system state,
– Import: Imports data from another table into a new table,
– Delete: Deletes all rows and columns in a table,
– Columns: Renames one or more columns,
– Row: Updates a row,
– Replication: Selects the replication status for a table,
– Auto: Columns: Creates and deletes columns,
– Import from XML: loads data from a file or from the clipboard,
– Export to CSV: exports data to a file or to the clipboard,
– Export to XML: imports data from a file or from the clipboard,
– Select: Choose which columns you want to export,
– Search: Filter table results based on the selected columns,
– Refreshed: Check the table status for any changes,
– Export to Excel: converts data from a file into an Excel spreadsheet,
– Import from Excel: converts data from an Excel spreadsheet into a file or into the clipboard,
– Export to CSV: converts data from the clipboard into a file or into the clipboard,
– Import from CSV: loads data from a file or from the clipboard,
– Export to XML: converts data from the clipboard into an XML file,
– Import from XML: converts data from an XML file into the clipboard,
– Export to CSV: converts data from an XML file into a file or into the clipboard,
– Import from CSV: loads data from a file or from the

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The following are some of the features of TableXplorer:
– Directly import to a Windows Azure table from a file or from an existing Azure table
– Export to file
– Backup table in blob storage
– Create and delete table in Windows Azure
– Bulk import and export data in SQL
– Attach and detach a file to a table
– Show the properties of a table and the data inside a table
– Print
– Favorites
– Run a script against a table

EfHub 2.0 is in the final stages of completion. Just released is our new add on for Dynamics CRM called EfHub for Dynamics CRM.
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EfHub 2.0 for Dynamics CRM is currently available on private preview. This will be released to the general public on Feb 22nd 2014, alongside the release of the Dynamics CRM for.NET 4.1
Key features of EfHub 2.0 for Dynamics CRM are:
– Support for up to 32 cores
– Support for up to 16 GB RAM
– Support for up to 250 GB of swap space
– Support for up to 1 TB of disk space
– Support for Azure Blob Storage
– Support for offloading of CRM stored procedures
– Support for custom logging via sys.error in CRM stored procedures
– Validation of CRM stored procedures to prevent injection attacks
– Support for providing CRM user credentials in a secure manner
– Support for running in Continuous Available
– Multiple simultaneous CRM instances on the same Windows Azure subscription

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 has been pre-loaded into Windows Azure.
The Dynamics CRM for.NET 4.1 module for Azure is available to customers on the Windows Azure Marketplace.
Dynamics CRM for.NET 4.1 is currently in private preview, so Microsoft recommends evaluating the product. If you are interested in deploying Dynamics CRM for.NET 4.1 to Windows Azure, follow the steps in this guide to create an account in the Windows Azure Marketplace.
Downloading Dynamics CRM for.NET 4.1
Run the installer on your local machine, or host the installer on a web server to your Dynamics CRM environment.

Using SQL Server Integration Services to migrate client data to Windows Azure is an option to consider.
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Ticks for windows Azure Web Sites

In Windows Azure, you can set as many local files as you need as part of your application. We need this in many scenarios (for example, when doing live debugging, they are useless). But when we want to release the application online or publish it on a build server, we must remove the local files.
You can find example of how to generate an auto-deployment package for Windows Azure Web Sites:
The problem with this solution is that the application is not ready to run: the user should download and execute the package.
In the past, we’ve suggested the option to deploy the files using a script that should be run after the deployment, which may improve the experience to a certain extent.
But Windows Azure Web Sites, and therefore the Azure SDK, do not allow us to have scripts as part of our deployment package. So, we’ve decided to add the ticks as a way to have the user’s local files as part of the Web Site deployment package, and to remove them when the application is published.
The ticks use a technique of compression that they can be very effective if the user has a fast Internet connection (say, with a 5 to 10 MB/s speed), or their files are very small.

A simple example of ticks usage:

[code language=”csharp” lineNumbers=”13″ source=”CloudTicks”][/code]

The Ticks package includes an optional command-line tool that you can use to generate packages for Windows Azure Web Sites. Use this tool to create a package for your Web Site that contains your application files and the ticks. You can then upload this package to Windows Azure.
We have split the samples out into their own projects, so they can be run independently. The samples are intended to show the functionality of the service, but they aren’t intended to be complete sample applications.
The samples are available on GitHub:


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HDD: 10 GB
DirectX: 9.0
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HDD: 20 GB
DirectX: 11
OS: Windows XP (SP