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Interesting way around it, but running it through a function could cause performance issues, as shown by Jonathon Kehayias elsewhere. It's frustrating.
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@juliocalderon Thank you for this article, for downtime, make sure that you have implemented some retry logic in the application and components that are using Azure SQL Database while the service tier is changed Serverless is a good option but it depends of your scenario
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Hi @vvasim_s - Thank you for reaching out. There is no option to control the destination path when importing. However, you can create an empty database with the size and path you want and then import to this existing empty database (if the database is not empty the import will fail) By doing that yo...
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@Yochanan_MSFT thanks for this useful information. Doubt, how can we customize data path and log path if requirement to restore bacpac on SQL server VM instance? Currently, if we use "sqlpaclage.exe /Action:Import " then Data and Log files go to default location of instance which I dont want. Thanks...
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@RoshnaNazir No not specific to to storage account only. I'm looking in general for all resource "Create Time" attribute value in portal under each resource detail page.And storage account need to create when I choose to go with above solution & but I don't have that want to do that.
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