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10. For **Common virtual path for uploaded artifacts**, enter **${BUILD\_ID}/${BUILD\_NUMBER}**.
11. Click **Save** to save your settings.
12. In the Jenkins dashboard, click **Build Now** to run **MyJob**. Examine the console output for status. Status messages for Windows Azure storage will be included in the console output when the post-build action starts to upload build artifacts.
- 1. Upon successful completion of the job, you can examine the build artifacts by opening the public blob.
- 2. Login to the Windows Azure management portal, <https://manage.windowsazure.com>.
- 3. Click **Storage**.
- 4. Click the storage account name that you used for Jenkins.
- 5. Click **Containers**.
- 6. Click the container named **myjob**, which is the lowercase version of the job name that you assigned when you created the Jenkins job. Container names and blob names are lowercase (and case-sensitive) in Windows Azure storage. Within the list of blobs for the container named **myjob** you should see **hello.txt** and **date.txt**. Copy the URL for either of these items and open it in your browser. You will see the text file that was uploaded as a build artifact.
+13. Upon successful completion of the job, you can examine the build artifacts by opening the public blob.
+ 1. Login to the Windows Azure management portal, <https://manage.windowsazure.com>.
+ 2. Click **Storage**.
+ 3. Click the storage account name that you used for Jenkins.
+ 4. Click **Containers**.
+ 5. Click the container named **myjob**, which is the lowercase version of the job name that you assigned when you created the Jenkins job. Container names and blob names are lowercase (and case-sensitive) in Windows Azure storage. Within the list of blobs for the container named **myjob** you should see **hello.txt** and **date.txt**. Copy the URL for either of these items and open it in your browser. You will see the text file that was uploaded as a build artifact.
<h2><a name=""></a><span class="short header">Blob service components</span>Components used by the Blob service</h2>
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