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Yesterday morning I was able to query my Azure databases via SSMS and the Select Top N menu shortcut. That afternoon I received a couple of alerts that my web applications couldn't connect to the database.

As a quick check to verify if only that database was down or if all databases on that server were down I connected to the server via SSMS. I was able to view the schema/meta data present in the Object Viewer pane without any problems. I can also execute SELECT statements against the database when I write the query and/or execute a script. However, when I try to right click a table and use the `Select Top 1000 Rows' shortcut I get an error dialog box with the following message:

Cannot read property IsMemoryOptimized. This property is not available on Windows Azure SQL Database. (Microsoft.AqlServer.Smo)

Today I just noticed that my Azure SQL Database was inexplicably updated from V11 to V12. If this update happened yesterday afternoon that would be the only potential difference in configuration that I am aware of.

  1. What can I do to suppress this error?
  2. Why does a Select top N shortcut care about the IsMemoryOptimized property?
  • Not an answer to your question, but Grant Fritchey posted about a similar form of this issue back in April of last year. - scarydba.com/2015/04/07/… . It may not help you, but it may give you a different direction to look. – mskinner Jan 21 '16 at 21:34
  • @mskinner That looks promising... Per the help menu my SSMS is version 12.0.4213.0 Which doesn't seem to match a SQL Server 2014 build support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2936603 – Erik Jan 21 '16 at 21:43
  • @mskinner I just updated to the latest version 13.0.900.73 (2016 CTP3) and it is worse. Now I can't even view the list of tables..... – Erik Jan 21 '16 at 22:20
  • Well, that stinks! – mskinner Jan 21 '16 at 23:08
  • @mskinner Agreed. I submitted a connect item about the 2016 CTP3 issue. – Erik Jan 21 '16 at 23:11

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