I am new to Office 365 API. We have a requirement of developing a Web API, that will access office 365 APIs for accessing calendar information, send emails etc. I have an Azure account with Administrative access. I also have a Office 365 tenant with a system account. I have the following queries: 1) I am using Visual Studio 2017. What packages do I need to install for accessing office 365 API. 2) Besides registering the Web API in Azure Active Directory what else I need to do. I read in a web site that I need to register Office …

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Is it possible/compatible to use Session Types in Java for a cloud-based application using Windows Azure (SDK for Java)?

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I want to port some graphics applications in C++ which compile to Windows Executables to run as WEB apps. I don't want to throw away all the code I've written in C++, so it seems to me that Microsoft Azure would be prefect. My idea is that I learn to make the WEB interface in the appropriate WEB language, and it will send commands to the EXE which will create the images. Anything wrong with this idea?

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I want to have the following on SQL Azure: IF EXISTS(SELECT * FROM [sys].[databases] WHERE [name] = db_name() AND [compatibility_level] = 110) BEGIN ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Test] AS BEGIN -- Omitted body containing lots of strings END END or a work-around that does something similar. What follows is what I'm trying to avoid: IF EXISTS(SELECT * FROM [sys].[databases] WHERE [name] = db_name() AND [compatibility_level] = 110) BEGIN EXEC [sys].[sp_executesql] N'ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Test] AS BEGIN -- Omitted body containing lots of strings END' END The reason I want to avoid the above, is because the stored procedure contains a lot of strings …

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As a first part of really using Windows Azure I'd like to use C# running on Azure to verify the license code of a program I'm about to issue the upgrade for. I'm planning on porting the whole thing to the cloud, but to gain experience I'd like to license the next version using the cloud. Any pointers anyone...? What I really don't know (among many other things) is how to interact with the WEB programatically from a Windows MFC Exe...

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[ATTACH=right]15786[/ATTACH]At Microsoft's [URL="http://www.digitalwpc.com/"]Worldwide Partner Conference[/URL] in Washington, D.C. this week, the digital diplodocus will announce its lumbering movement into the cloud along with an appeal for its partners to hold hands and make the leap as well. For those partners that are still a little hesitant to make the jump, Microsoft seems more than ready to provide an "encouraging" shove. Sessions at the conference tackle several variations on the theme of making money off the cloud, like "Open Government and the Cloud: A Perfect Storm for Partner Opportunities," "The Cloud Opportunity in Education," and the more straight-forward "Winning the Cloud …

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I came up with an idea this week: What if Microsoft made Windows open source? Before you accuse of me of link baiting, I believe this idea has merit for several reasons. It will reduce the cost of development, put the power of the community behind supporting what's become an endless and expensive project and let Microsoft concentrate on enterprise solutions and cloud initiatives. [B]The Future is in the Cloud[/B] Microsoft's future plans are clearly in the cloud. One of the big announcements at the [URL="http://www.microsoftpdc.com/"]Professional Developer's Conference[/URL] last Fall, in addition to Windows 7, was [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/azure/whatisazure.mspx"]Azure[/URL], a comprehensive cloud …

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All last week, Microsoft was trying desperately to shift the spotlight from Vista, the OS that has become a major liability for the software giant. To that end, Microsoft made a flurry of announcements including Azure, the newly announced cloud platform, the Windows 7 Alpha and a preliminary view of the web-based version of Microsoft Office. It's clear that Microsoft has thrown in the towel on the woeful Vista. Maybe that's why Microsoft's love fest, aka the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) last week in Los Angeles, provided a 24/7 forum to discuss a future without Vista, but like a political …

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This week at the Professional Developer's Conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft made a big splash by announcing a new [URL="http://cooney.typepad.com/lauren_cooneys_blog/2008/10/welcome-azure-qa-from-the-experts.html"]cloud computing initiative it's calling Azure[/URL]. It's significant on several levels. First of all Microsoft wants to compete with services like [URL="http://aws.amazon.com/"]Amazon S3[/URL] and offer online storage and online computational services. Secondly it begins to blur the line between the cloud and the traditional desktop operating environment where Microsoft has made its living, and finally and perhaps most significantly it will expose some key pieces of Microsoft business software including Sharepoint and Exchange to external developers who will be able to …

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