is an example of how to schedule jobs using MEF as the Common Service Locator.
Common Service Locator
The Common Service Locator
is used internally to build objects. You must setup common service locator to use your favorite IoC tool.
Here is an example using MEF
var catalog = new DirectoryCatalog(AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory);
var container = new CompositionContainer(catalog);
return new MefServiceLocator(container);
You must set the Common Service Locator before you use anything in the CloudEngine. Note: You generally only need to do this for your worker role. The Azure Toolkit generally doesn't use the Common Service Locator for anything in a web role or other type
of client application. You can find all the service locators that will work with your favorite IoC tool
under the heading "Service locator adapter implementations".
Adding Messages Queues