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Specifically wondering about putting the database on SQL Azure DB.
Well that is a good question :) We have never tried it. Would you like to be the first and maybe it works or need small changes to work :) Well the SQL scripts are for MS SQL 2005/8/12 so I think it should work with the DB at Azure. But would be nice to have you try and we can help you make small fixes. Sounds like a plan on a lovely friday?
Sorry I forgot to respond to this. Tea commerce does seem to work on Azure DB but I didn't test it very thoroghly.
The installer doesnt work and I am not sure all of the reasons why. But one requirement of Azure DB is that every database table must have a clustered index. There is at least one TeaCommerce table that doesn't which should be easy to fix.
To deploy a sample site on Azure I first setup the site on my local machine. I then used the SQL Azure DB Migration Wizard to migrate the DB up to SQL Azure which was pretty easy and painless. Then I just set up web deploy with visual studio and it deployed the actual site files. I did initially get a weird 502 error but it turned out to be because one of the DLL's didn't deploy.
Thanks for the small guide - great work!
Thanks for the help Zac - I tried this although I'm running into the error:
"Could not load file or assembly 'System.Web.WebPages, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040)"
Is this the error you received when one of the DLLs didn't deploy? I've checked them all via FTP and they seem fine.
No that wasn't the same error I had. Mine was a non-specific 502.
Maybe you are referencing a different version of the System.WebPages.dll than what you have installed? I would check the version numbers of the DLL's against what is in your web.config.
Are there any imminent plans to bring Tea Commerce to Azure in an official capacity? As a company we have decided to adopt Azure but want to use Tea Commerce for our eCommerce sites. This leaves us in a little limbo at the moment.
I too could not getting this working at the first pass.
The plan is to have Tea Commerce 2.0 support, MSSQL, Azure, SqlCe, Mysql - so we are aware of the need :)
We aim to have a beta for TC 2.0 ready soon and a final release in January. The beta will only support MSSQL
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