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By mswatcher
Submitted: Nov 29 2012 / 10:35

In part 1 of this post, I showed how to create a SQL database in Windows Azure, create a schema for adding leaderboard functionality to a game, create an Entity Framework model for the database, and then create and test a WCF Data Service on top of the model that provides a rich REST-style interaction model with great query support via OData. If you have not yet read part 1, you should do so before continuing. And if you want to follow along, but don't yet have a Windows Azure account, you you can sign up for a 90-day trial that will give you everything you need.
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