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Lars Keller
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Lars Keller asked on 13 Sep 2010, 10:37 AM
Hi,

we would like to port our Silverlight Application wich has integrated the telerik reports controls to Windows Azures. To port to Windows Azures we need a x64 report assembly. Do you have an assemblies for Azures? What are the plans from telerik to support Windows Azures?

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Lars

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Steve
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answered on 15 Sep 2010, 09:03 AM
Hello Lars,

Telerik Reporting support for Windows Azure is dully noted in our system requirements page. However you are the first one to ask for a 64 bit assembly and we're neither familiar with such requirement, nor we were able to find such information on the Windows Azure site. In fact we have a few customers that are already successfully using Telerik Reporting on Windows Azure only with the limitations mentioned in system requirements and that is why we would appreciate if you elaborate on your inquiry.
Additionally Telerik Reporting's default target is Any CPU and we would work fine on x64 bit architecture.

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Steve
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answered on 22 Dec 2010, 04:52 AM
I'd like a full set of AZURE compatibale assemblies, for the RAD Controls and for the Extentions for ASP.NET MVC.

I'd need the ASP.NET ones in 64 bit, the Sliverlight stuff 32 bit is fine but start thinking about getting 64 bit versions of everything as the architecture of everything is going 64 bit.
 
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