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    Yes making letsencrypt easy to add to an azure website would be great. I do not have a secured website because it seems like to much of a hassle messing with certs. If you guys could make letsencrypt on azure as easy as a setting to encrypt a site in azure that would be awesome.

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    2 comments  ·  SQL Database  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for your feedback here.

    For now, you can use the “Insert Snippet” menu option to help insert a code snippet for an index. You can right click in the SQL query editor window, choose “Insert Snippet”, and then choose “Index”. Once the snippet is inserted, you can use the “tab” key to cycle amongst the fields you need to fill in.

    Thanks Guy and team.

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