Azure Developer–Let’s investigate production issues with Azure Monitor, Snapshot Debugger

In this session, Isaac shares us how the developer exception resolution experience can be better with Azure Monitor and Snapshot Debugger. The discussion talks about what Azure Monitor is and an introduction to Snapshot Debugger, and quickly goes into demos showcasing what developers can do with Snapshot Debugger.   [0:50] – Overview of Azure Monitor [2:11]…


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLServerDrivers  


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLServerDrivers  


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLServerDrivers


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLServerTiger  


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLServerQueryProcessing    


Release Notes for Project Service Automation Update Release 6

Applies to: Project Service Automation for Dynamics 365  We’re pleased to announce the latest update for the Project Service Automation application for Dynamics 365. This release includes some important feature enhancements, improvements to quality, performance, and usability, and is based on your feedback and requests.  This release is compatible with Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement…


Continued: Strongly typed date, time and numerical fields from SAP DATS, TIMS and NUMC support in Azure Logic Apps SAP connector

We’re about to release the type handling improvements for Azure Logic App SAP connector previously announced here. The connection will have a new Boolean (true-false) parameter “SafeTyping”, enabling to treat DATS and TIMS as string rather than their XML equivalents xs:date and xs:time (where xmlns:xs=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema”). This is an opt-in behavior as we encourage our user…

1

We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Azure-SQL-Database/bg-p/Azure-SQL-Database/label-name/SQLServerSecurity  


We have moved!

Thanks for visiting! This blog has now been migrated to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/SQL-Server/bg-p/SQLServer/label-name/SQLReleases