This post is about the Azure SQL Database Limitations. Azure SQL Database is a robust, one of a kind “Database as a Service” offering from Microsoft. It has some major advantages like Built-in High Availability, Point in time database backups, Geo-Availability etc. You can set these up with a click of a button, within minutes, without the help of the IT Department or a DBA. While these are major advantages, there are some Azure SQL Database limitations which one need to look into before jumping in. Let’s look at the limitations.
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The following System Stored Procedures are not supported:
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