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  • 400 ManagedInstanceStoppingOrStopped - Conflicting operation submitted while instance is in stopping/stopped state

  • 400 ManagedInstanceStarting - Conflicting operation submitted while instance is in starting state

  • 400 InvalidDnsZone - The operation has failed because you are attempting to deploy managed instance as a geo-replication secondary to the subnet {0} in which there already exists a managed instance. Deploying managed instance as a geo-replication secondary is supported only in cases when managed instance is the first instance deployed in a subnet. Consider deploying managed instance as a geo-replication secondary to a different subnet in which there are no existing managed instances, or if deploying to a subnet with existing managed instance disable the geo-replication option.

  • 400 HkCannotSwitchToInactive - The database cannot proceed with pricing-tier update as it has memory-optimized objects. Please drop such objects and try again.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceInvalidStorageSizeLessThenCurrentSizeUsed - Invalid storage size: Storage size limit ({0} GB) is less that current storage used ({1} GB). Please specify higher storage size limit.

  • 400 InstanceTimezoneUpdateNotSupported - Instance timezone update not supported.

  • 400 CreateManagedInstanceWithNonDefaultTimezoneNotSupported - Create Managed Instance with non-default timezone not supported.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceIpAddressRangeLimit - Cannot perform creation/scaling of the managed instance as there are not enough available IP addresses in the subnet for performing the operation.

  • 400 VnetDelegationNotAllowed - User tried to inject Managed Server to subnet which is delegated.

  • 400 SubnetHasResourcesOfDifferentType - User tried to create MI in subnet that has resources of different type.

  • 400 UpdateManagedServerWithMaintenanceWindowNotAllowed - Update of Managed Instance with maintenance window settings is not allowed.

  • 400 VnetPrepareNIPFailed - User tried to prepare subnet that has a conflict with NetworkIntentPolicy.

  • 400 InvalidUsername - Supplied user name contains invalid characters.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceDeprecatedHardwareFamily - Changing the hardware generation to deprecated {0} generation is not possible.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceBackupStorageTypeNotSupported - Backup storage type parameter is not allowed in the instance update operation.

  • 400 InvalidParameterValue - An invalid value was given to a parameter.

  • 400 EmptyPDCInvalidDnsZone - This managed instance cannot be deployed because its DNS-zone does not match the DNS-prefix of its intended virtual cluster for subnet {0}. Although this virtual cluster is empty, its DNS-prefix cannot be changed. Empty virtual clusters will be automatically removed after several hours. Consider waiting for this virtual cluster to expire or manually deleting this virtual cluster and then creating the managed instance.

  • 400 InstancePoolNotEnoughCapacity - An instance pool does not have enough capacity

  • 400 ServerNotFound - The requested server was not found.

  • 400 MissingIdentityId - No user assigned identity is provided when the identity type is set to UserAssigned

  • 400 InvalidPrimaryIdentityId - User provides a value for PrimaryUserIdentityId but the same is not listed in the IdentityId parameter

  • 400 ManagedInstanceZoneRedudantFeatureNotSupported - ZoneRedundant feature is not supported for the selected service tier. For more details visit

  • 400 ManagedInstanceZoneRedudantFeatureCantBeEnabled - Enabling zoneRedundant feature is not possible once managed instance is created. For more details visit

  • 400 ManagedInstanceZoneRedudantFeatureCantBeDisabled - Disabling zoneRedundant feature is not possible once managed instance is created. For more details visit

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  • 400 TokenTooLong - The provided token is too long.

  • 400 UmiMissingAkvPermissions - PrimaryUserAssignedIdentityId provided by user does not have access to KeyId provided

  • 400 MissingPrimaryIdentity - PrimaryUserAssignedIdentityId provided by user does not have access to KeyId provided

  • 400 SubnetIdCantBeUpdated - Changing managed instance subnet is not supported operation. Please remove this parameter from the request.

  • 400 MigrationToAnotherVNetNotSupported - Selected subnet is in another Virtual Network. Moving managed instance to another Virtual Network is not possible. Please provide subnet from Virtual Network {0}.

  • 400 MigrationToSubnetWithDifferentDnsZoneNotSupported - Provided subnet is having different DNS zone from the current. Changing instance DNS zone is not supported. Please provide subnet with same DNS zone, create a new subnet or provide empty one.

  • 400 MigrationToGen4SubnetNotSupported - It is not possible to update subnet while running on Gen4 hardware as it is being deprecated. Please upgrade your hardware from Gen4 to Gen5 as part of the changing managed instance subnet operation by specifying both parameters at the same time: destination subnet and hardware generation.

  • 400 PrimaryIdentityMissingPermissionForKeyId - KeyId is provided by user during create but PrimaryUserAssignedIdentityId is not provided in the API call

  • 400 InvalidIdentityTypeForKeyId - KeyId is provided by user during create but identity type is not set to 'UserAssigned'

  • 400 ManagedInstanceFileExceededMaxAzureStorageFileSizeLimit - The operation could not be completed because some of the database files are exceeding maximum General Purpose file size limit of {0} GB.

  • 400 CloudLifterUnsupportedFeature - The functionality is not available on the Managed Instance at this time.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceStoppingOrStopped - Conflicting operation submitted while instance is in stopping/stopped state

  • 400 ManagedInstanceStarting - Conflicting operation submitted while instance is in starting state

  • 400 OperationCanNotStartDueToMiLink - The '{0}' operation cannot be completed as there exists a database in a process of creation through Managed Instance link. Please wait for the link creation to complete, or delete the link, and retry the operation again.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceSloUpdateFailed - SLO '{0}' operation cannot succeed as the memory usage of '{1}' exceeds the quota.

  • 400 SourceAndTargetSubnetsMustBeVnetPeered - Subnet currently used by managed instance and provided destination subnet are part of the virtual networks that are not connected with virtual network peering, or have peering established but don't have allowed traffic. In order to move managed instance from one subnet to another, virtual network peering needs to be established from both source and target virtual network. Please configure virtual network requirements and then try the operation again. Learn more

  • 400 ManagedInstanceAndSubnetAreNotOnTheSameSubscription - Subnet provided for managed instance deployment is located on subscription different than the one submitted for managed instance. Managed instance and subnet used for deploying the instance must be on the same subscription. Please provide another subnet or switch to the subnet subscription and then try the operation again.

  • 400 CreateManagedInstanceInvalidSubnetSize - User attempted to create managed instance in a subnet that is smaller than the allowed minimal subnet size.

  • 400 AddressRangeOfTargetSubnetAndSubnetOfGeoDRReplicaCantOverlap - Subnet selected for managed instance migration has address range that overlaps with address range of subnet that holds geo replicated secondary instance. Please verify that your subnet is configured according to guidelines in

  • 400 TargetSubnetMustBeConfiguredToAllowGeoDRReplication - Subnet selected for managed instance migration is not configured to enable communication with a geo replicated secondary instance. Please check if all of the required ports are open. To properly configure your subnet read the guidelines in

  • 400 ManagedInstanceLocalStorageUpdateSloDisabled - Update SLO for managed instances with local storage is not supported yet.

  • 400 InvalidLoginName - The provided login name is invalid.

  • 400 RegionDoesNotSupportVersion - A user attempted to create a server of a specified version in a location where that server version isn't supported.

  • 400 PasswordTooShort - The provided password is too short

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  • 400 PasswordTooLong - The provided password is too long.

  • 400 PasswordNotComplex - The provided password is not complex enough.

  • 400 GatewayInvalidEdition - '{0}' is not a valid database edition in this version of SQL Server.

  • 400 InvalidSubnetResourceId - The provided subnet resource ID for the managed instance create or update is invalid.

  • 400 InstanceFailoverGroupDoesNotExist - Failover group does not exist on a server.

  • 400 InvalidLocation - An invalid location was specified.

  • 400 VnetInWrongRegion - Virtual network is in wrong region.

  • 400 InvalidServerName - Invalid server name specified.

  • 400 VnetAddressRangeError - Virtual network address range is invalid.

  • 400 VnetConfigIsNotAllowed - Virtual network configuration is not allowed.

  • 400 InvalidCollation - Invalid collation.

  • 400 InvalidIdentifier - The identifier contains NULL or an invalid unicode character.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceClassicVnetNotSupported - Managed Instance cannot be joined to a classic virtual network.

  • 400 AlterDbDeactivatedNotSupported - Database Operation failed for Server '{0}', Database '{1}' due to unexpected delay. Please try again.

  • 400 RegionDoesNotAllowProvisioning - The selected location is not accepting new Windows Azure SQL Database servers. This may change at a later time.

  • 400 VnetConfigHasNsg - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet with Network Security Groups.

  • 400 VnetConfigHasNoUdr - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet without default User Defined Route Table.

  • 400 VnetConfigHasInvalidUdr - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet with invalid User Defined Route Table.

  • 400 VnetConfigHasInvalidDns - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet with invalid custom DNS.

  • 400 VnetConfigHasServiceEndpoints - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet with service endpoints.

  • 400 VnetSubnetIsInUse - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet that is not empty.

  • 400 VnetSubnetIsLocked - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet that is in locked scope.

  • 400 VnetSubnetIsGateway - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet that is Gateway subnet.

  • 400 VnetSubnetIsUnknown - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet that does not exist.

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  • 400 VnetSubnetConflictWithIntendedPolicy - User tried to inject Managed Server subnet that has a conflict with IntendedPolicy.

  • 400 NameAlreadyExists - The provided name already exists.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceInvalidEditionForSku - The specified edition {0} is not consistent with the specified SKU {1}.

  • 400 ProvisioningDisabled - Displays error message from resources operation authorizer as is, without changes

  • 400 ManagedInstanceInvalidLicenseType - The specified license type {0} is not valid.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceUpdateSloInProgress - "The operation could not be completed because a service tier change is in progress for managed instance '{0}.' Please wait for the operation in progress to complete and try again."

  • 400 VnetResourceNotFound - Resource not found: '{0}'.

  • 400 InvalidTimezone - Invalid timezone.

  • 400 UnableToResolveRemoteServer - The remote partner server name could not be resolved due to an invalid server name or DNS connectivity issues.

  • 400 InstanceCollationUpdateNotSupported - User cannot change instance collation on Managed Instance.

  • 400 CreateManagedInstanceWithNonDefaultCollationNotSupported - User can create a Managed Instance only with collation 'SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS'.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceOperationInProgress - The operation could not be completed because {0} operation is in progress. Please wait for the operation in progress to complete and try again.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceExceedMaxAzureStorage - The operation could not be completed because total allocated storage size for General Purpose instance would exceed {0}. Please reduce the number of database files and retry operation.

  • 400 ManagedInstanceHasGeoReplica - The operation could not be completed because instance has configured geo replicated secondary instance.

  • 400 MissingPublicBlob - The public blob is missing.

  • 400 InvalidPublicBlob - Invalid public blob specified, reason: '{0}'.

  • 400 MissingCertificateName - The certificate name is missing.

  • 400 CertificateAlreadyExists - A certificate with a given name already exists or this certificate already has been added to the database.

  • 404 ResourceNotFound - The requested resource was not found.

  • 404 ServerNotInSubscriptionResourceGroup - Specified server does not exist in the specified resource group and subscription.

  • 404 SubscriptionDoesNotHaveServer - The requested server was not found

  • 404 OperationIdNotFound - The operation with Id does not exist.

  • 404 ResourceDoesNotExist - Resource with the name '{0}' does not exist. To continue, specify a valid resource name.

  • 404 InstancePoolNotFound - An instance pool cannot be found

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  • 404 SubscriptionNotFound - The requested subscription was not found.

  • 405 InvalidVcoreValue - vCore value {0} is not valid. Please specify a valid vCore value.

  • 405 InvalidHardwareGenerationValue - HardwareGeneration {0} is not valid. Please specify a valid HardwareGeneration value.

  • 405 InvalidStorageSizeValue - "Invalid storage size: {0} GB. Storage size must be specified between {1} and {2} gigabytes, in increments of {3} GB.

  • 409 OperationCancelled - The operation has been cancelled by user.

  • 409 OperationInterrupted - The operation on the resource could not be completed because it was interrupted by another operation on the same resource.

  • 409 ConflictingServerOperation - An operation is currently in progress for the server.

  • 409 SubscriptionDisabled - Subscription is disabled.

  • 409 ServerAlreadyExists - Duplicate server name.

  • 409 ServerOverridePreconditionFailed - Failed to apply server override on category '{0}', because physical db or instance '{1}' in server '{2}' is currently not in 'Ready' or 'Deactivated' state.

  • 409 ServerDisabled - Server is disabled.

  • 409 ManagedInstanceIsBusy - The server '{0}' is currently busy. Please wait a few minutes before trying again.

  • 409 ServerQuotaExceeded - Server cannot be added to a subscription because it will exceed quota.

  • 429 SubscriptionTooManyRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 429 SubscriptionTooManyCreateUpdateRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 429 ConflictingSubscriptionOperation - An operation is currently in progress for the subscription.

  • 429 SubscriptionTooManyCreateUpdateRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 429 SubscriptionTooManyRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 500 OperationTimedOut - The operation timed out and automatically rolled back. Please retry the operation.

  • 500 GatewayInternalServerError - The server encountered an unexpected exception.

  • 503 TooManyRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 503 TooManyRequests - Requests beyond max requests that can be processed by available resources.

  • 504 RequestTimeout - Service request exceeded the allowed timeout.

  • FAQs

    How to create REST API for Azure SQL Database? ›

    1. Step 1 - Create SQL Server and Database in Azure. ...
    2. Step 2 - Set Server Firewall Rule. ...
    3. Step 3 - Create a New Table. ...
    4. Step 4 - Create a new Azure Function. ...
    5. Step 5 - Add references to NuGet Packages. ...
    6. Step 6 - Create Models. ...
    7. Step 7 - Add CRUD Operations. ...
    8. Step 8 - Add Connection String in local.settings.json file.
    Jan 15, 2021

    What are the two types of authentication supported by Azure SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance? ›

    Authentication. Authentication is the process of proving the user is who they claim to be. Azure SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance support SQL authentication and Azure AD authentication. SQL Managed instance additionally supports Windows Authentication for Azure AD principals.

    How do I update my Azure SQL Database? ›

    In the Azure Portal browse to the server you want to upgrade by selecting BROWSE ALL > SQL servers, and selecting the desired server. Select Latest SQL database update, then select Upgrade this server.

    What authentication method do you have to use when connecting to Azure SQL Database? ›

    You can now connect to SQL Server using the following authentication methods using Azure AD identities: Azure Active Directory Password. Azure Active Directory Integrated. Azure Active Directory Universal with Multi-Factor Authentication.

    How to connect REST API to SQL database? ›

    You can set up the SQL Server REST API Integration by leveraging the connection manager using the following steps:
    1. Step 1: Defining a Data Flow Task.
    2. Step 2: Configuring Connection Properties.
    3. Step 3: Configuring Extraction Properties of REST Data Source.
    4. Step 4: Configuring the Microsoft SQL Server Database.
    Feb 17, 2023

    How do I create a simple REST API in Azure? ›

    How to Create a REST API with Azure Functions and the Serverless Framework - Part 1
    1. Step 1: Create your local Azure Function project. ...
    2. Step 2: Add your own handlers. ...
    3. Step 2.1: Test your API Locally. ...
    4. Step 2.2: Deploy. ...
    5. Step 2.3 Invoke Deployed Function.
    Sep 17, 2019

    How does SQL Server perform authentication when a user connects from a nontrusted connection with a specified logon name and password? ›

    SQL Server Authentication

    When a user connects with a specified login name and password from a non-trusted connection, SQL Server performs the authentication itself by checking to see if a SQL Server login account has been set up and if the specified password matches the one previously recorded.

    What are the two authentication methods for Microsoft SQL Server? ›

    SQL Server supports two authentication modes, Windows authentication mode and mixed mode.

    Which authentication is best for SQL Server? ›

    If you work in an Active Directory environment, Windows authentication is recommended to use. If you work in a non-Active Directory environment, you can utilize SQL Server authentication for database connections. Windows authentication does provide more security and flexibility for managing logins in SQL Server.

    How do I update SQL Server authentication? ›

    Change authentication mode with SQL Server Management Studio
    1. In SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) Object Explorer, right-click the server, and then select Properties.
    2. On the Security page, under Server authentication, select the new server authentication mode, and then select OK.
    Mar 30, 2023

    How to update data in database SQL Server? ›

    The UPDATE command in SQL is used to modify or change the existing records in a table. If we want to update a particular value, we use the WHERE clause along with the UPDATE clause. If you do not use the WHERE clause, all the rows will be affected.

    How do I update a SQL Server database? ›

    SQL UPDATE Syntax

    To use the UPDATE method, you first determine which table you need to update with UPDATE table_name . After that, you write what kind of change you want to make to the record with the SET statement. Finally, you use a WHERE clause to select which records to change.

    How to enable SQL Server authentication in Azure SQL server? ›

    Enable in SQL Database using PowerShell
    1. Sign into Azure using the account with the SQL Security Manager role. PowerShell Copy. Connect-AzAccount.
    2. Run the following command, replacing <myserver> with your SQL server name, and <myresource> with your Azure Resource that holds the SQL server. PowerShell Copy.
    Mar 6, 2023

    How do I connect to Azure SQL database using Active Directory authentication? ›

    Configure Azure AD authentication for Azure SQL Database
    1. Server name: Enter the Azure SQL Server FQDN.
    2. Authentication: Choose the authentication as – Azure Active Directory – Password.
    3. User name and password: Enter the user name and password that we configured in the Azure AD.
    Mar 1, 2021

    How to connect to the database using SQL Server authentication? ›

    In the object explorer, expand the Security node. and right-click on the Logins node and select New Login. In the Login – New window, enter a new user name. Select SQL Server authentication radio button, enter a password, and re-enter the same password in the confirm password field, as shown below.

    How to call REST API from SQL Server stored procedure? ›

    1) GET method
    1. Create the URL.
    2. Pass the parameters if required.
    3. Create an OLE object using the sp_OACreate procedure.
    4. Pass the created OLE object and make an HTTP request call.
    5. Handle the response received from API.
    6. Parse the JSON records and insert/ update in the desired table.
    Oct 26, 2020

    What is REST API and example? ›

    For example, a REST API would use a GET request to retrieve a record, a POST request to create one, a PUT request to update a record, and a DELETE request to delete one. All HTTP methods can be used in API calls. A well-designed REST API is similar to a website running in a web browser with built-in HTTP functionality.

    How to fetch data from database using REST API? ›

    To access and manipulate resources, a REST API uses the following request verbs:
    1. Get (this is used to acquire data from a database)
    2. Post (add new data to a database)
    3. Put (update the data in a database)
    4. Delete(delete data from a database)
    Oct 14, 2021

    What is the best way to create REST API? ›

    REST API Design Best Practices
    1. Use JSON as the Format for Sending and Receiving Data. ...
    2. Use Nouns Instead of Verbs in Endpoints. ...
    3. Name Collections with Plural Nouns. ...
    4. Use Status Codes in Error Handling. ...
    5. Use Nesting on Endpoints to Show Relationships. ...
    6. Use Filtering, Sorting, and Pagination to Retrieve the Data Requested.
    Sep 16, 2021

    How do I create a REST API with basic authentication? ›

    1. Concatenate the user name with a colon, and the password. ...
    2. Encode this user name and password string in base64 encoding.
    3. Include this encoded user name and password in an HTTP Authorization: Basic header.

    How do you implement authentication and authorization using SQL? ›

    Application-specific authentication and authorization can be implemented using a relational database server. The authentication process is simply a matter of prompting (forcing) the user to enter a user ID and a password and then looking up that user ID and password in the database to make sure they are valid.

    How to verify that SQL Server is configured in mixed authentication mode? ›

    On the Object Explorer window right click on the server name and go to Properties.
    1. Select the Security section. Under Server Authentication change the selection from Windows Authentication mode to SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode. Click Ok.
    2. Click Ok.
    Feb 13, 2023

    How to check if SQL Server is configured in mixed authentication mode? ›

    1. Start Enterprise Manager.
    2. Expand Microsoft SQL Servers and then expand SQL Server Group.
    3. Right-click the server that you want to check that SQL Server and Windows authentication is selected on, and then click Properties.
    4. In the SQL Server Properties dialog box, click the Security tab.
    Apr 24, 2012

    How do I enable trusted connection in SQL Server? ›

    Configuring Microsoft SQL Server trusted connections on UNIX
    1. Complete steps 1 through 4 mentioned above.
    2. Provide the Windows service user name and password in the Microsoft SQL Server connection properties.
    3. Select the provider type as ODBC.
    4. Select the Use DSN check box.
    5. Click OK to create the connection.

    What type of authentication does Azure use for SQL Server? ›

    Azure AD authentication uses contained database users to authenticate identities at the database level. Azure AD supports token-based authentication for applications connecting to SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance. Azure AD authentication supports: Azure AD cloud-only identities.

    What are the 3 ways of 2 factor authentication? ›

    Let's explore the most popular forms of 2FA that you can use to secure your accounts today: SMS, OTP, and FIDO U2F.

    How do I check SQL Server authentication? ›

    Launch the SQL Server Management Studio Object Explorer. Go to the Server name provided and right-click it and then click on Properties option. Now in the left-pane, select Security option and here check which SQL Server authentication is applied.

    What is the difference between SQL authentication and authorization? ›

    Authorization. Authentication and authorization are two vital information security processes that administrators use to protect systems and information. Authentication verifies the identity of a user or service, and authorization determines their access rights.

    What is the difference between authentication and authorization in SQL Server? ›

    Simply put, authentication is the process of verifying who someone is, whereas authorization is the process of verifying what specific applications, files, and data a user has access to.

    What is the default username and password for SQL Server authentication? ›

    This connection is normally authenticated using SQL Server Authentication, and with the user name [sa] and default password [RPSsql12345]. If this password needs to be changed, for example to meet a domain's requirements for a more complex password, SQL Server Management Studio is used to make the change.

    How to find SQL Server authentication username and password? ›

    Open SSMS and then into the Start button type SQL server management studio. At the top of the Start window, click on Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 17. Click on the “Authentication” drop-down box for the correct authentication. In the menu, select SQL Server Authentication.

    How to get latest identity in SQL Server? ›

    Microsoft SQL server has 3 type to get last generated identity column value.
    1. SCOPE_IDENTITY() Returns the last identity value generated in the current scope (i.e. stored procedure, trigger, function, etc).
    2. @@IDENTITY. Returns the last identity value generated on your SQL connection . ...
    Mar 18, 2020

    Which SQL command is used to UPDATE data in a database? ›

    The SQL UPDATE Statement

    The UPDATE statement is used to modify the existing records in a table.

    What is the command to UPDATE database in SQL? ›

    The Syntax for SQL UPDATE Command

    WHERE [condition]; The UPDATE statement lets the database system know that you wish to update the records for the table specified in the table_name parameter. The columns that you want to modify are listed after the SET statement and are equated to their new updated values.

    How to UPDATE a database in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio? ›

    1: Log in to your VPS using the administrator user. 2: Open SQL Server Management Studio. 3: Click on the "check for updates" under the tools section.

    How do I UPDATE my Azure SQL database? ›

    In the Azure Portal browse to the server you want to upgrade by selecting BROWSE ALL > SQL servers, and selecting the desired server. Select Latest SQL database update, then select Upgrade this server.

    Does SQL Server automatically UPDATE? ›

    With the default auto-update SQL Server statistics async property, the query optimizer updates the statistics before it compiles the query. While the stats are being updated, the query optimizer waits for stats update before it recompiles the plan for the new values. It is the synchronous statistics update.

    How to connect SQL Server to Azure SQL Database? ›

    To connect to Azure SQL Database:
    1. On the File menu, select Connect to SQL Azure (this option is enabled after the creation of a project). ...
    2. In the connection dialog box, enter or select the server name of Azure SQL Database.
    3. Enter, select, or Browse the Database name.
    4. Enter or select Username.
    5. Enter the Password.
    Feb 28, 2023

    How do I check login permissions in Azure SQL Database? ›

    Expand the Azure SQL DB and navigate to security -> Roles -> Database Roles to get a list of available fixed database roles, expand the Azure SQL DB and navigate to Security -> Roles -> Database Roles.

    How do I enable TLS in Azure SQL Database? ›

    In the Azure portal, go to your SQL server resource. Under the Security settings, select Networking and then choose the Connectivity tab. Select the Minimum TLS Version desired for all databases associated with the server, and select Save.

    How do I connect to Azure SQL Database with IP address? ›

    Sign in to the portal. Go to the Configure tab on the server that hosts your database. The Current Client IP Address is displayed in the Allowed IP Addresses section. Select Add for Allowed IP Addresses to allow this computer to access the server.

    How to get list of users and permissions in SQL Server database? ›

    By joining the `sys. database_permissions`, `sys. objects`, and `sys. database_principals views`, the query returns a list of user names, permissions, and the names of the objects (such as tables and views) that the permissions apply to.

    How do I grant all permissions to a user in SQL Server? ›

    Login to SQL Server Management Studio. In Object Explorer on the left pane, expand the Databases folder and select the concerned database and navigate to the by expanding Security and Users folders. Right-click the User to which you want to GRANT or REVOKE the permissions.

    How to connect to Azure SQL database using Sqlcmd? ›

    To connect to a specific instance of SQL Data Warehouse when using sqlcmd you will need to open the command prompt and enter sqlcmd followed by the connection string for your SQL Data Warehouse database. The connection string will need to contain the following parameters: User (-U): Server user in the form < User >

    How do I create a REST API endpoint in Azure? ›

    Create an API
    1. Navigate to your API Management service in the Azure portal and select APIs from the menu.
    2. From the left menu, select + Add API.
    3. Select HTTP from the list.
    4. Select Create.
    Jun 30, 2022

    How do I host a REST API on Azure? ›

    How do I host a Web API on Azure?
    1. In Solution Explorer, right-click the project and select Publish.
    2. In the Publish dialog, select Azure and select the Next button.
    3. Select Azure App Service (Windows) and select the Next button.
    4. Select Create a new Azure App Service.
    5. Select the Create button.

    Does Azure have REST API? ›

    Yes, you can manage API Management programmatically by using the API Management REST API, the Azure API Management Service management library SDK, Windows Deployment Services, or Azure Service Management PowerShell cmdlets.

    How do I create a simple REST API endpoint? ›

    Creating an API endpoint is simple with the following four steps, detailed below.
    1. Pick the Programming Language of Your Choice. ...
    2. Set Up Your Environment and Directory Structure. ...
    3. Get Started with Code. ...
    4. Test the API Endpoints Using Postman.
    Aug 16, 2022

    How do I send data to REST API endpoint? ›

    To send data to the REST API server, you must make an HTTP POST request and include the POST data in the request's body. You also need to provide the Content-Type: application/json and Content-Length request headers. Below is an example of a REST API POST request to a ReqBin API endpoint.

    How do I automatically generate clients for my REST API? ›

    This aroused our interest about the automatic generation of API clients.
    1. Write the OpenAPI specification. ...
    2. Automatically generate a Python SDK. ...
    3. Improve the OpenAPI specification. ...
    4. Using the generated Python SDK. ...
    5. Conclusion.

    How to deploy REST API on server? ›

    Deploy a REST API to a stage
    1. In the APIs navigation pane, choose the API you want to deploy.
    2. In the Resources navigation pane, choose Actions.
    3. From the Actions drop-down menu, choose Deploy API.
    4. In the Deploy API dialog, choose an entry from the Deployment stage dropdown list.

    Which Azure App Service helps you to host the REST API? ›

    Azure App Service provides a highly scalable, self-patching web hosting service. In addition, App Service has built-in support for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) for RESTful APIs. This tutorial shows how to deploy an ASP.NET Core API app to App Service with CORS support.

    How do I call Azure REST API with Postman? ›

    Use the Azure CLI to get a bearer token that you'll use to make API requests in Postman. Set up a Postman collection and configure the Postman REST client to use your bearer token to authenticate.

    What are the methods of Azure REST API? ›

    Azure REST APIs support GET, HEAD, PUT, POST, and PATCH methods. Optional additional header fields, as required by the specified URI and HTTP method. For example, an Authorization header that provides a bearer token containing client authorization information for the request.

    How are REST APIs authenticated? ›

    Users of the REST API can authenticate by providing a user ID and password to the REST API login resource with the HTTP POST method. An LTPA token is generated that enables the user to authenticate future requests.

    Which API is considered as the REST API? ›

    APIs that follow the REST architectural style are called REST APIs. Web services that implement REST architecture are called RESTful web services. The term RESTful API generally refers to RESTful web APIs. However, you can use the terms REST API and RESTful API interchangeably.

    How do I enable authentication in REST API? ›

    Authentication is typically done by requiring the client to provide some form of credentials – such as a user name and password, an OAuth token, or a JSON Web Token (JWT). As an API owner, you can implement authentication in Apigee using policies.

    How do I run REST API commands? ›

    Running a command with the REST API requires the same permissions as using the web interface. Specify the password with which to run the command. Optionally, specify a file name to store the result of the command.

    How do I call a REST API? ›

    Calling REST APIs
    1. Add a Datasource with OpenAPI specification. Datasource for REST service without OpenAPI specification.
    2. Add a service. Define the methods that map to the operations.
    3. Add a Controller. Inject the Service in the constructor. Add the REST endpoints.
    4. More examples.
    5. Further reading.


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