Interoperability

Java Applications in Windows Azure Cloud Services using Eclipse

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Learn how to start running Java web applications in Windows Azure cloud services using Eclipse in this "Hello World" demo by Martin Sawicki. This is an introduction to the Windows Azure Plugin for Eclipse with Java (by Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc), July 2012 Preview.

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    • Lars Kemmann

      So it's finally time for Microsoft and Java, round 2? Big Smile

      Just kidding, this is great stuff.  Looking forward to more from MSO.

      (And kudos to whoever implemented the file size preview tooltips on the download links - those of us with non-24/7 Internet thank you!)

    • Charles

      , Lars Kemmann wrote

      (And kudos to whoever implemented the file size preview tooltips on the download links - those of us with non-24/7 Internet thank you!)

      That would be the awesome C9 dev team, most likely Geoff or Cara, specifically. Though Duncan seems to have his capable hands in everything.

      C

    • Pramod

      Im unable to publish my project to cloud. It says deploying to azure.... and stays in 40% for around 40 minutes and then it says java.lang.NullPointerException.

    • sarah

      Thanks for all the information ,it was very helpful i really like that you are providing information on core and advance java ,being enrolled in
      advance and core java http://www.wiziq.com/course/1779-core-and-advance-java-concepts i was looking for such information on advance and core java and your information helped me a lot. I really like that you are providing such information. Thanks.

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