Undeleting A Deleted Azure SQL Database

Arun Sirpal shows us the “undoing a big mistake” button:

Okay honestly I have done this once. I have deleted Azure SQL Databases and then try and find the quickest way to recover. The Azure portal is actually pretty good when it comes to deleting resources, for example it will usually ask you to re-type the name of the resource to confirm deletion, so you can tell what a bad mistake I made.

Let’s look at how to delete a database then recover it.

I’m curious how long it stays there before dropping off into the abyss.

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