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Managing Roles in the Azure Project with Visual Studio

Updated: August 8, 2014

After you have created your Azure cloud service project, you can add new roles to it or remove existing roles from it. You can also import an existing project and convert it to a role. For example, you can import an ASP.NET web application and designate it as a web role.

To add a role, open the shortcut menu for the Roles node in your cloud service project and choose Add. You can select an existing web role or worker role from the current solution or create a new web or worker role project. Or you can select an appropriate project, such as an ASP.NET web application project, and associate it with a role project.

To remove a role association, open the shortcut menu for the Roles node in the cloud service project and choose Remove.

Removing and adding roles in your cloud service

If you remove a role from your cloud service project but later decide to add the role back to the project, only the role declaration and basic attributes, such as endpoints and diagnostics information, are added. No additional resources or references are added to the ServiceDefinition.csdef file or to the ServiceConfiguration.cscfg file. If you want to add this information, you’ll have to manually add it back into these files.

For example, you might remove a web service role and later you decide to add this role back into your solution. If you do this, an error will occur. To prevent this error, you have to add the <LocalResources> element shown in the following XML back into the ServiceDefinition.csdef file. Use the name of the web service role that you added back into the project as part of the name attribute for the <LocalStorage> element. In this example the name of the web service role is WCFServiceWebRole1:

<WebRole name="WCFServiceWebRole1">
    <Sites>
      <Site name="Web">
        <Bindings>
          <Binding name="Endpoint1" endpointName="Endpoint1" />
        </Bindings>
      </Site>
    </Sites>
    <Endpoints>
      <InputEndpoint name="Endpoint1" protocol="http" port="80" />
    </Endpoints>
    <Imports>
      <Import moduleName="Diagnostics" />
    </Imports>
   <LocalResources>
      <LocalStorage name="WCFServiceWebRole1.svclog" sizeInMB="1000" cleanOnRoleRecycle="false" />
   </LocalResources>
</WebRole>

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