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WAP Storage Sample – v0.2 – Enable tenant to upload files

Updated Git Project with changes for version 0.2. In this version following features are enabled.

  • Tenants can upload files to the containers they create
    • Only small file uploads are supported (content is uploaded in a single API call).
  • Demonstrates navigation into tab items
  • Demonstrates upload of file using file upload control

If you have any questions on the code sample, need help with some specific scenarios, you can reach me through MSDN forum for WAP. I follow the forum almost daily.

Here is the experience for Tenant for this update.

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WAP Storage Sample – v0.1- Features

Made some good progress on the 0.1 version of storage sample. Except for some basic code clean up (which I am planning to take up along with v0.4), it is all good. You can browse / download the sample code from Git Project. Providing the screen captures, so that everyone can easily have an expectation on the feature set of v0.1.

If you have any questions on the code sample, need help with some specific scenarios, you can reach me through MSDN forum for WAP. I follow the forum almost daily.

If you would like to see what is coming next, check out this blog page.

Admin Experience

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Tenant Experience

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Windows Azure Pack Storage Sample

I was looking at various resource provider implementation (Hello World and other content script files with in the deployment) to understand various approaches, in addition to the resources available on MSDN. Now, I am in a good state to start the development of storage sample for Windows Azure Pack. I am thinking of following as the various features for the sample.

  • 0.1 – Basic sample with minimal capabilities (with in-memory data provider)
    • Admin should be able to create storage locations and map it to physical network location
    • Tenant should be able to create containers with in specific locations
    • Tenant should be able to delete container
  • 0.2 – Tenant should be able to upload files to container
    • Note: No plans to support folders with in a container
  • 0.3 – WAP Drive
    • A stand alone web application to interact directly with Tenant API and demonstrate a photo album
  • 0.4 – Stabilize
    • Clean up code, comments added as required.
    • Refactor API library with clean web-api implementation
  • 0.5 – Implement usage
  • 0.6 – Implement quota
  • 0.7 – Implement database data provider with updates to setup
  • 0.8 – Implement custom PowerShell commands to enable tenant operations

Mostly I plan to get one minor version made available every week with v0.1 to be made available around 8/17/2014.

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