Azure SQL DB Trace Flags

Grant Fritchey shows us that Azure SQL Database does not support trace flags at this time:

Bad news. The error message is the same.

Working within Azure SQL Database, trace flags are not a part of your tool set.

Everything with Azure needs a timestamp.  Come back in a year and this may be different.

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