Everytime I create test storage tables it only creates the timestamp, partitionkey and rowkey column and leaves all of my fields out. I even check directly in SQL Server where the test tables are.

Anyone know what the problem is?


public class MediaServiceContext : TableStorageDataServiceContext
public MediaServiceContext() :

public DataServiceQuery[ImageItem] Images
return CreateQuery[ImageItem]("Images");

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I would look at the StorageClient sample in the Windows Azure SDK and compare what you are doing to that code.
Just did that, found out that I forgot to put accessor methods in my class.
Apparently they are needed by the storage client.
eg. public string ImageID { get; set; }

Thanx, Problem sorted out


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