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README azure-examples Mike Amundsen (email@example.com) NOTE: To use this stuff, you'll need your own Azure Storage project, endpoint, and sharedkey 2008-12-14 (mca) Added support for "paging" for Table queries. Added several feed documents for testing purposes. 2008-12-12 (mca) Added support for "paging" via the custom continuation headers. This is currently only in the Queries() method [GET Entities] and 'kicks in' when you use the $top=n query argument. 2008-12-11 (mca) This is the first 'complete' version of the Azure.exe command-line app. It has full support for Tables(GET, POST, DELETE) and Entities(GET, POST, PUT, MERGE, DELETE) as well as suport for ad-hoc queries. The full details of proper query syntax escape me right now. Seems some features of Astoria are not available for Azure Tables yet; more to come. NOTE: There is a dependency in this code for another assembly of mine: Amundsen.Utilites.dll. The source is not in this "git" but can be pulled from http://mikeamundsen.googlecode.com. I'll pull together a complete source kit in the next few days and make it available as a ZIP set. 2008-12-09 (mca) Updated to clean up Entity details. Added sample XML documents (properites.xml & mytable.xml). This version has full support for Tables & Entities (GET, POST, PUT, MERGE, DELETE). See the "commands.txt" file for examples. 2008-12-08 (mca) This is a set of test and on-off apps experimenting w/ MSFT Azure Table Storage. This uses only base-line C# (2.0) - no fancy SDKs. All done via HTTP request/response. This is really early stuff. Likely it doesn't do what you want. Use it if you like, but don't complain. Make it better and tell me all about it.