Useful Azure SQL Database T-SQL Statements

Arun Sirpal has a few T-SQL statements to help manage an Azure SQL Database database:

Creating a database

Very easy to create something like the below – a S2 database.

CREATE DATABASE [MeeTwoDB]
( MAXSIZE = 5GB, EDITION = 'standard', SERVICE_OBJECTIVE = 'S2' ) ;
--checking details
SELECT Edition = DATABASEPROPERTYEX('MeeTwoDB', 'Edition'), ServiceObjective = DATABASEPROPERTYEX('MeeTwoDB', 'ServiceObjective')

Read on for several more examples.

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