Tuesday, February 24, 2015
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Saturday, September 24, 2011
I am working with an Azure project that has contributed a few posts in the past too. Today, I ran into this error where my application would not run locally. Before I push it to cloud I always run my application locally to make sure everything is fine and especially to ensure that no silly mistake will make me push the application to cloud again.
Everytime I try to run the application it would throw this error "The number of WaitHandles must be less than or equal to 64". I tried to remove parallelism where I used waitAll from my code. Tried setting hard coded values rather then reading properties and stuff but to no avail.
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Friday, July 8, 2011
I am working on a Microsoft Azure project and ran into the error "one of the request inputs is not valid" when I tried to extract multiple messages from the queue. I did some searching around to see if I could find a solution to this problem but nothing helped.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Microsoft Azure cloud platform is gaining popularity in leaps and bounds. I was one of the fortunate people to try my hands early on this platform. Although, the coding is a breeze with Microsoft Azure there are sometimes some silly errors that will make your head go crazy thinking about it. There are some issues with development environment vs cloud environment too that make you wonder if there is something wrong on your end or is it the Azure itself causing bugs. The error that I got was "Server failed to authenticate the request. Make sure the value of Authorization header is formed correctly including the signature.". It took me a lot of time to figure it out. This post is dedicated to that problem.
Monday, April 18, 2011
If you are here I understand how frustrating it is. I had a Maxtor Central axis 1TB NAS hard disk that I used as a Time Machine with my Mac OSX 10.5.8. You can read my post on how to set up a NAS as a Time machine if that is what brought you here. If you are past that stage and stumbled on the error "backup disk could not be mounted" I might be able to offer you some help because I just recovered from that error.