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  1. Support AIB in Full Text Search

    Azure Media Services creates AIB files for SQL Full Text Search. Today they only work in SQL on IaaS. It would be great if they worked in v12 now that we have Full Text Search.

    More info:
    http://azure.microsoft.com/blog/2014/11/03/using-aib-files-with-azure-media-indexer-and-sql-server/

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/playready4/archive/2014/09/17/what-can-you-do-with-azure-media-indexer.aspx

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  2. Support serverless mode for SQL Database Hyperscale as well

    It's so useful for daily batch job or so. We want to avoid unnessary management task for it.

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  3. approval when change configuration using Microsoft Flow

    I want to approve when change the configuration of Azure SQL Database using Microsoft Flow with no-code.

    My scenario:
    - Run approval flow before change the configuration of Azure SQL Database for check the budget and the cost by the manager

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  4. SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer fails on SQL Azure if destination table is temporary

    SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer fails on SQL Azure if destination table is temporary.

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    <=-=Oct 25 2011 2:38PM=-=>

    Hi Andrey,

    Thanks for reporting this issue. SqlBulkCopy.WriteToServer does not work in this case because SQL Azure currently does not support temp table. We will route this bug to SQL Azure team so that they can follow up with you.

    Young Gah Kim
    Development Lead
    ADO.NET Managed Providers and DataSet Team

    <=-=Apr 19 2012 6:15PM=-=>

    Hello Andrey,
    Thanks for reporting the issue. The problem is due to the fact that SQL Azure doesn’t support 3-part names for stored procedure calls. In this case, the driver/provider use tempdb.sys.sp_* syntax to access certain stored procedures that provide metadata about objects and these calls fail. We are looking at resolving the issue & enabling 3-part names for tempdb calls.
    Otherwise, you can use temporary tables in SQL Azure fine – we do support it with the restriction mentioned above. Additionally, you can’t create temporary tables…

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