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  1. Provide tools for inspecting reliable collections

    If I'm going to move some of my core application state from an external state store to reliable collections, I would like to have equivalent tools for inspecting that state apart from the VS debug window.

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  2. Data explorer for reliable collections in stateful services and actors

    Azure service fabric opens up altogether new ways for service designers to save data into reliable objects instead of necessarily using SQL Azure, Document DB or Table storage. The key limitation of using reliable objects is that the data is accessible only within the service / actor and developer must write code to expose reliable collections for viewing / managing. It would be great for the platform for provide means to browse / manage the data stored in stateful services just like it is possible for other persistent stores through OOTB tools (SSMS, Document DB document explorer, Storage Explorer) without…

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  3. If a service has does not have a port defined it cannot resolve a service that has a DNS name.

    Service Fabric for Windows Containers requires docker compose needs to have DnsService enabled (no documentation about this). If a service has does not have a port defined it cannot resolve a service that has a DNS name.

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