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I don't have a good answer for you, but I do know that Azure Table Storage is for non-relational data tables, meaning that if you need to create relational joins between tables, this most likely won't be the route to go.

As for SQL Data Services, there's a CodePlex project called PhluffyFotos that has a "LINQ to SDS provider" that you might want to check out for inspiration.

PhluffyFotos is a web 2.0 Picture Gallery Service where users can upload their pictures from the web or mobile device. This sample is designed to demonstrate how you can develop a multi tenant application using SQL Server Data Services (SSDS).

The demo utilizes several technologies including: ASP.NET MVC Preview 4, LINQ, Windows Communication Foundation, Silverlight, Windows PowerShell, and the .NET Compact Framework 3.5.

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You should use SQL Data Services. I guess by now you know this:

For the underlying Windows Azure platform, we’re adding FastCGI / PHP support, along with the ability to run full trust .NET applications; SQL Data Services goes relational, allowing you to use the full ADO.NET stack, LINQ to SQL, and so on inside a cloud offering;

via Tim Sneath mix09 post


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