Windows Azure: Getting the right Run/Debug and Publish functionality in Tools for VS

If you're using the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio and you are finding that when you hit F5 or Ctrl+F5 you are getting the ASP.Net Development server: Instead of the Development Fabric and Development Storage services: You need to make sure that the startup project in Visual Studio is set to the ccproj […]

If you're using the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio and you are finding that when you hit F5 or Ctrl+F5 you are getting the ASP.Net Development server:

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Instead of the Development Fabric and Development Storage services:

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You need to make sure that the startup project in Visual Studio is set to the ccproj that was added when you created a Cloud Service.  Notice below how the CloudService22 project is bold, which indicates that it is the startup project.

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