Lesson Learned #82: Azure SQL Database Managed Instance supports only COPY_ONLY restoring a database backup

Hello Team, I would like to share an error message that we found restoring a backup database in Azure SQL Managed Instance. Our customer tried to restore the backup file using SQL Server Management Studio GUI from an existing database to another database. So, our customer has in their Azure SQL Managed Instance a database…


Lesson Learned #81: How to create a linked server from Azure SQL Managed Instance to SQL Server OnPremise or Azure VM

Hello Team, Today, I worked on a service request where our customer requested information how to create a linked server from Azure SQL Managed Instance to SQL Server OnPremise. In this post, I would like to share with you my lessons learned on it: The first point, we need that our Azure SQL Managed Instance…


New C++ library for extending the debugger data model

Hi everyone! Late last year we released dbgmodel.h to enable consuming and extending the debugger data model from non-JavaScript extensions. Those COM APIs are fairly verbose so we’re publishing a C++ library to enable simplified use of the data model. You can get it through Nuget or GitHub: Nuget – https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.Debugging.DataModel.CppLib/ GitHub – https://github.com/Microsoft/WinDbg-Libraries/tree/master/DbgModelCppLib The readme on…


Updates for the basic list and campaign management capabilities for Dynamics 365 applications (March ’19 – May ’19)

With this post we’d like to announce a few updates and bug fixes that we’ll be rolling out with the next upcoming 2.3, 3.2, and 4.1 release trains. If you are interested in receiving an early build with these fixes, please register with the preview program or reach out to Microsoft. Notable updates and bug…


Deep dive # 2: How to configure Exchange on-premise Server hybrid integration with Office 365/Azure Infrastructure and test REST API calls?

So this post is dedicated for Exchange/Office 365/Azure administrators, as they came back after checking the deep dive # 1 blog with few queries. /api virtual Directory: CU3 introduces a new virtual directory to support the REST API, the /api virtual directory. So the API virtual directory is available in Exchange 2016 CU3 or newer…


Lesson Learned #80: Monitoring Login-Logout events in Azure SQL Database using Extended Events

Hello Team, Today, I created an extended event for monitoring the Login and Logout events for a Azure SQL Database. I did it, because I missed the logout in SQL Auditing Log.   1.- Please, try to add this credential is your database. If you need instrucctions please review this URL.     2.- Add this extended event in…


Lesson Learned #78: DataSync – Cannot enumerate changes at the RelationalSyncProvider for table ‘customertable’ – Execution Timeout Expired

Hello Team, Yesterday, I worked in a service request with a lot of lessons learned when our customer was using Azure SQL Data Sync to synchronize around 15 million of rows. In every process that they tried to synchronize the data they got the following error message: Sync failed with the exception ‘Cannot enumerate changes at the…


A new Blog home for Project Support!

You may have noticed recently that the Project Support blog on TechNet has gone away – and you may even have seen an “Oops! That page can’t be found.” message.  The good news is that the content is mostly moved over to a brand new Blog at https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Project-Support-Blog/bg-p/ProjectSupport.  Be warned that the migration will have…


Hofix Release: Drivers 5.6.1 for PHP for SQL Server

We recently released a hotfix for version 5.6 of the Microsoft Drivers for PHP for SQL Server. Version 5.6.1 fixes the following issues: Issue #937 – fixed assumptions made when calculating field or column metadata which may have resulted in application termination Issue #955 – modified sqlsrv config file such that it can be compiled independently of pdo_sqlsrv Pull…


In Hamburg sagt man Tschüß,

das heißt auf Wiederseh’n.   Unser Blog muss auf eine neue Plattform umziehen, daher sagt das Deutschsprachige Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Business Central Team tschüs. Wir haben entschieden, uns mit den Englischsprachigen Kollegen aus dem NAV-Team zusammenzutun und unsere Informationen nun gemeinsam auf English zu kommunizieren. Wir möchten uns für großartige 10 Jahre “German NAV…