I'm trying to the install the latest version of the Windows Azure SDK on Windows 7 using the Web Platform Installer. The installation succeeds but I'm not able to see Windows Azure project templates in Visual Studio 2010. Any ideas are appreciated.
I copied the "Cloud" folder from C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\VWDExpress\ProjectTemplates\CSharp to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\ProjectTemplates\CSharp and the ran the command Devenv
/resetsettings but still no luck!
If I run the Visual Studio 2010 Express I'm able to see the Cloud project templates. Why does the Web Platform Installer install Visual Studio 2010 Express when I already have Visual Studio 2010 Professional installed!!? This is really crap! Taken up 72
hours to install a SDK and still not solved. How can it be only me who is experiencing this problem?
No, VS Professtional can create Cloud application, i guess there's something wrong with your developing environment, you mentioned that the Cloud folder is under the "VWDExpress\ProjectTemplates\CSharp", would you like to try open
VWD and see if VWD can create cloud application?
Another thing is does your Visual Studio has been installed completely? If not, i suggest you consider to repair it and select "fully installation".
You're not alone, I've just run the web installer and I don't have any cloud project in my Visual Studio 2010 Professional either. I have tried manually installing the tools but to no avail. I do have some Visual Express components
previously installed - not sure where they came from but I guess I'll have to uninstall them all etc. Sigh...
Edited byLennie FThursday, August 16, 2012 8:04 PM