In this blog, we are going to learn “How to get Connection String in Azure SQL Database”.
- Azure account with an active subscription. Create an account for free
- Create Resource Group
- Create & Deploy SQL Server Instance
Step 1: Click on “Create a resource”
Step 2: Select “SQL database” in the market place
Step 3: Fillout the database details like database name, select “Server” resource & keep others as default, then click “Next”
Step 4: Keep the default “Networking” configuration, then click “Next”
Step 5 : Select the datasource as “None” to create a empty database & keep other options as default, then click “Next”
Step 6: Add the required “Tags”, then click “Next”
Step 7: Now, review the summary, then click on “Create”
Step 8: Once the deployment is completed, then click on “Create a resource”
Step 9: Pick the server name (endpoint) shown below, then also pick the “server” instance credentials
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