Monthly Archives: June 2015


Azure Search Indexers – Indexing collections

Azure Search Indexers

I previously wrote a blog post called Index data without writing code and recently received some interesting comments / questions in regards to using the Collection(Edm.String) collection datatype when having a SQL Server based data source. And I therefore decided to compile the information within a separate blog post. (Special thanks to the Azure search team for answering some of my queries!)

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Azure App Service – Interesting resources

Azure-App-Service

This is just an update containing some links to Interesting resources posted within the last months covering varies topics related to Azure App Service. If you are interested leaning more about Azure App Service, please make sure to read up on my previous articles.

Unfortunately, most of the content is more or less a recap of previous videos. But they do cover some aspects I haven’t seen before.

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SQL Server Connector – Azure API App – Part 2

SQL-Server-Connector

Within part 2 of this series (click here for part 1), I would like to cover some of the available configuration options of the Azure API SQL Server connector. The connector simply enables you to connect with a SQL Server (as well as on-premises instances) or Azure SQL Database and perform various actions. This includes; executing stored Procedures, Poll data (triggers) and the option to retrieve, create, update and delete database table entries without having to write SQL.

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SQL Server Connector – Azure API App – Part 1

SQL-Server-Connector

Within this series (well just two posts) I want to cover some of the available configuration options of the Azure API SQL Server connector. The connector simply enables you to connect with a SQL Server (as well as on-premises instances) or Azure SQL Database and perform various actions. This includes; executing stored Procedures, Poll data (triggers) and the option to retrieve, create, update and delete database table entries without having to write SQL.

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