AlexisOrNothing on Sun, 12 Feb 2017 04:15:31
I have a very strange behaviour since approximately Jan 26th: I start a job on a daily basis with Azure Scheduler. This job contains different types of queries: LINQ queries and SQL functions.
Those written with LINQ don't generate an error, but simply return nothing (a counter return zero, a select return no lines). When the same code is launched through the Cloud Service, the LINQ queries return values as usual...
The Cloud Service and the Scheduler are on West US and share the same subscription.
Does anyone have a similar experience?
AlexisOrNothing on Tue, 14 Feb 2017 15:39:45
Hello, I am answering my own thread, sorry!
After a few tests, I now believe that the issue may come from variables which are incorrectly instantiated. The code may have been working "by accident" (or "by chance" according to your point of view).
To be continued..