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    .NET Framework 4.8 support is coming to App Service.

    Public Azure cloud deployment will begin in mid-late July 2020 completing by mid-September 2020. For our Sovereign clouds, deployment will begin by mid-late August 2020 and complete by early-October 2020.

    We will update this item periodically to inform you of the deployment progress.

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    It just seems silly that .NET 4.8 was released nearly a year ago and Microsoft's own first class cloud service doesn't support it! We would love an estimated date ☺

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    11 comments  ·  SQL Server » Setup + Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We’ve released 17224 with a few changes to the layout and targets.
    Now it places the 64bit DLL in runtimes\win-x64\native and uses the $(PlatformTarget) variable to pick up the right binary.

    PreserveNewest Microsoft.SqlServer.BatchParser.dll

    I don’t see any external dependencies in microsoft.sqlserver.batchparser.dll that would indicate it could be trying to load another native DLL that could be of the wrong bitness. Can you check whether this new package meets your needs for 64bit?

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