Copying Azure SQL Databases Between Subscriptions

Arun Sirpal shows that it’s pretty easy to copy an Azure SQL Database from one subscription to another:

If you ever need to move a copy of a  SQL database in Azure across servers then here is a quick easy way.

So let’s say you need to take a copy of database called [Rack] within Subscription A that is on server ABCSQL1 and name it database [NewRack] within subscription B on server called RBARSQL1 (The SQL Servers are in totally different data centers too).

Read on for the answer.

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