I am trying to set up an Azure SQL Database inside of an elastic pool. I'm not sure if I did it right. Here's my dashboard:

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And here's the actual database:

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What makes me wonder if the database is actually inside the elastic pool is what's circled in red in the above screenshot.

No elastic pool

Here's the server:

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And here's the elastic pool:

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Another clue that the DB is not in the pool is that the pool shows no usage.

So, I'm pretty sure I did something wrong. But I can't seem to figure out HOW to put the database inside the pool.



Looks like the database is not in the pool. Go to the Elastic Pool in the portal and click on Configure Pool, and Add Databases.

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  • Make sure you click the save/apply button after adding the databases, otherwise this will not actually take action and (unless they have updated the UI since I last did this) not warn you of the pending change when you navigate away. – David Spillett Dec 8 '17 at 22:58

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