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@Sanjay-9_30, per the release notes and my conversation with the PM for DMA, yes, this should be supported. Please forward your query to the Data Migration Assistant Feedback alias <dmafeedback@microsoft.com> - this is a better avenue for addressing your question. Thank you!
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Thanks @Jim Toland for the response For SQL Agent Jobs - Are you saying if the AZ SQL MI is the target in DMA then it will scan the SQL Agent Jobs? Well, I already scanned a SQL Server having 100's of SQL Agent Job using DMA with target as Az SQL MI. However, after exporting the DMA output to CSV I ...
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@Sanjay-9_30, DMA v4.3 does support SQL Agent Jobs - Agent job assessments for Azure SQL Database managed instance as a target. Assessment of T-SQL queries in job activity steps and providing appropriate recommendations Support for Linked Servers is on our radar but currently in the backlog. Hope th...
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Hello @Jim Toland Currently DMA does not scans Linked Servers and SQL Agent Jobs Any plans to include it in future release of DMA? Thanks,Sanjay
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@mi-hol, yes, support for using existing backup files for migration - GA for both offline and online migrations to an Azure SQL Database managed instance. Jim Toland
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