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Problems with Version 2.9 on Azure Websites

Jan 26, 2014 at 12:33 PM
Edited Jan 26, 2014 at 2:32 PM

i just created a new be blog on Azure Websites. This version seems not to be azure website / sql ready.

Http compression is enabled by default in be settings. Now the content gets double compressed (be and azure iis) und you can't access the site.

Workaround: Update settings in azure sql:

UPDATE be_Settings
SET SettingValue = 'False'
WHERE SettingName = 'enablehttpcompression'

The compression is disabled by default in xml settings. So the problem occurs only if you use azure sql.

Error on adding data to azure tables:

Tables without a clustered index are not supported in this version of SQL Server. Please create a clustered index and try again.

Workaround: not yet discovered :)

It would be great if someone has a solution for this problem. Additionally it would be nice to test be on azure websites / sql azure before releasing new versions. Otherwise note that be is not fully tested on azure and remove be from the azure website catalog.
Jan 26, 2014 at 6:00 PM
The workaround is change to clustered index:
drop INDEX [idx_be_CustomType_ObjectId_BlogId_Key] ON [dbo].[be_CustomFields] 

CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX [idx_be_CustomType_ObjectId_BlogId_Key] ON [dbo].[be_CustomFields] 
 [CustomType] ASC,
 [ObjectId] ASC,
 [BlogId] ASC,
 [Key] ASC
Pulling app for not supporting feature it never claimed to support in the first place would be odd :)