Just to let you know : I was able to use SQL Azure with NHibernate. I just updated the connectionstring, run a test which create the tables and insert some entities. All worked like I was running a "normal"SQL Server 2008 server.
Very cool !
- Edited by Matthieu Guyonnet-Duluc Tuesday, August 25, 2009 2:31 AM
thank you for sharing your experience with nhibernate and sql azure.
i have one question: did you try nhibernate and sql azure only on your local machine or did you running them both in the cloud?
Thanks for your commitment.
- Edited by Moritz Mars Tuesday, August 25, 2009 10:22 AM
Nhibernate was running on my machine (.NET Application, MS Test) and I used the SQL Azure servers with the connection string provided on the SQL Azure dashboard.
It's possible to run SQL Azure in local (like the Fabrik for Azure web and worker role) ?
thx for you responses!
So, if i understand all right then i can develop an application with nhibernate against the local sql server instance and deploy the solution to the cloud.
i should change the connection string in the nhibernate configuration file to sql azure, before i deploy the app. Is that right?
- Edited by Moritz Mars Wednesday, August 26, 2009 8:09 AM
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