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Published: Oct 21 2013 / 17:32

One of the coolest things about Windows Azure Websites is the integration with source control, and the automated deployment hooks Azure offers. However, there are a number of small gotcha's related to deployment, chief among these is the protection of confidential configuration items such as database connection string. In this post, we are going to look specifically at the vexing situation I ran into deploying from source control with an application using Entity Framework's "Model-First" strategy . . .
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