Running an Azure Service Fabric Application

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When attempting to run an application via Service Fabric (locally, if that helps), it seems as though Rider doesn't know how to deploy to Service Fabric. Where visual studio seems to recognize the Service Fabric project as a special type of project, the same project won't run or deploy. The error message given is:

Unhandled Exception: System.Fabric.FabricConnectionDeniedException: Not authorized to connect ---> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException

The fix for this issue in visual studio is to make sure that the Fabric project would be set to load first. I can not seem to find anything similar in Rider, nor can I find any run/debug configurations that would allow the project to run. I would like for Rider to actually work with service fabric projects, given that in my current work it's useless otherwise. I can provide more information if needed.

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I'm having the same problem.  I'm doing only Service Fabric development at the moment and as such Rider is not a Visual Studio replacement candidate.

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