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Instead of SSMS use pgAdmin to connect to Azure Postgresql. You can download the software from here. 1.Open the pgAdmin application on your client computer. 2.From the toolbar go to Object, hover over Create, and select Server. 3.In the Create - Server dialog box, on the General tab, enter a unique friendly name for the server, such as mydemoserver. 4.In ...


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Might be that cascading foreign key that table [Shift Offer] has pointing to table [Availability], slows down your delete operation Try following: 1) create nonclustered index on column [Shift Offer][availability_id_fk] and try running your query again; see if nonclustered index speeds things up 2) if still running too long, try disable the foreign key at ...


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After installing the "Docker Desktop on Windows", I get the same problem. Uninstalling the Docker Desktop on Windows, give me the relief.


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Azure SQL Database runs the latest version of SQL Server under the hood. Do not get confused with the Azure Sql version which would be 'Microsoft SQL Azure (RTM) - 12.0.2000.8 ' So if you see we have SQL Server 2019 with compatibility 150 and should be available on your Azure database.


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In the end - just build a query for said counters ... you should receive either results - or a matching error description if you lack the necessary rights/permissions.


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There isn't a clean way that I know of. You could try set them all incrementally then see what the final value is. That will return the current maximum: DECLARE @SQL NVARCHAR(MAX) SET @SQL = 'ALTER DATABASE '+DB_NAME()+' SET COMPATIBILITY_LEVEL = 130'; EXEC (@SQL) SET @SQL = 'ALTER DATABASE '+DB_NAME()+' SET COMPATIBILITY_LEVEL = 140'; EXEC (@SQL) SET @SQL =...


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The problem is that there could be values present at the end of A's transaction - the ones inserted by B - that were not present when A first checked. This is known as a phantom A phantom is a row that matches the search criteria but is not initially seen. The way to prevent phantoms is to use the Serializable isolation level. This is the only isolation ...


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That's exactly the benefit the programming manager of one of the companies I work with highlighted, he told me "with serverless we can test with the same performance level of the production database, but paying less. We will pay only for the specific period of times when we test". Azure SQL Serverless application scenarios: Examples: New apps when compute ...


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Just don't get disappointed when you try to assert your thinking onto the database - and it doesn't agree! I have an indexed view right now where a complex query (which does not mention the view by name) was able to figure out that a nonclustered index on the view would work perfectly - I was impressed. But a second nonclustered index on the same view ...


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Yes! How do I disable that option? It's controlled by permissions. Requires INSERT and ADMINISTER BULK OPERATIONS permissions. In Azure SQL Database, INSERT and ADMINISTER DATABASE BULK OPERATIONS permissions are required. Additionally, ALTER TABLE permission is required if one or more of the following is true: -Constraints exist and the ...


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Simple explanation : A login is an access to a server. It does not necessarily mean access to a database. When you create a user from a login in a database and grant access (explicit or using a role), the login is able to access a given database/s. What you are doing is incorrect since you are inside a database and then trying to change the password for a ...


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One of the more likely reasons for this is (as you confirmed) Bulk Insert. By default, Bulk Insert does not fire triggers. You can change this behavior in the options for the bulk insert when your application/code is setting up the operation. How to do that can vary by the specifics of your code, Powershell, .Net, etc. But this other answer may be able ...


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DTU is a blended measure of CPU, memory, and data I/O and transaction log I/O…. This means that there is no definitive measure of equating x DTU = x CPU, X Memory etc. Since, you have Premium P11 tier - this means that you have 1750 DTUs. Based on this blog post - By Andy Mallon, below is the CPU-to-DTU-to-Service Tier mapping : +--------------+------+-----...


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I received the same email. I have received similar emails in the past. The only thing I do is add the IPs of the new gateways on the firewall rules on the Azure SQL Database logical server as shown on the image below. Add the IP addresses of the gateways that belong to the zones where you have created your Azure SQL Database logical servers. You do not ...


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