So since SharePoint Lists have limited columns available for use, I'm now trying to write the output from my SharePoint hosted Silverlight app into a Windows Azure hosted SQL database.

Are there any good tutorials on how to read and write to SQL in Azure from Silverlight/SharePoint?

I'm using Silverlight 5, VB.Net, and SharePoint 2010 Foundation and SharePoint Online.



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The best tutorial I've found for this is Silverlight Sample Application with SQL Azure.

It walks you through connecting to Azure and performing a simple SQL Query.


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