Microsoft’s current enhancements almost about Azure embody the acquisition of software company Movere to streamline clients’ journey to the cloud, new cloud regions in Germany, and handwritten and mixed-mode support for Azure Forms Recognizer.
At present, the tech large has introduced availability of the September release of Azure Data Studio. For these unaware, the cross-platform information administration device permits working with SQL Server, Azure SQL DB and SQL DW.
In a condensed kind, the enhancements for this month embody:
- Enabling SQL Server command line (SQLCMD) mode
- Neighborhood extension: Question Editor Enhance
- Pocket book enhancements
- Visible Studio Code merge 1.38
- Bug fixes
Detailing a bit upon every of those, beginning with the supply of the SQLCMD mode, this can be a function that permits the writing, modifying, and executing of queries as SQLCMD scripts in the Query Editor. Furthermore, the mode’s usability could be expanded with the discharge of the Schema Compare extension in Knowledge Studio, permitting the outputting of SQLCMD scripts. This, as some customers might need surmised, is kind of helpful when mixed with the aforementioned capabilities.
Transferring on, the Question Editor Enhance extension can now be downloaded from the Azure Knowledge Studio extensions market. This enhances person expertise in the usual question editor, including the flexibility to generate customized snippets and templates, a shortcut to change databases, and a brand new question template. You’ll be able to learn more about it here.
Then, there are Pocket book enhancements, which primarily revolve round efficiency enhancements and bug fixes. Along with Pocket book, the total record of bug fixes coated on this replace can be checked here.
And eventually, as a part of the Visible Studio Code merges, the code editor has been up to date from model 1.37 to 1.38. The adjustments this replace brings together with hyperlink safety for outgoing hyperlinks, accessibility enhancements, multi-line search in discover, and more that you can read in the full changelog for the discharge.
To take a look at the additions this month, you possibly can download the latest version of Azure Data Studio for Windows, macOS, and Linux from here. The total launch notes for Azure Knowledge Studio’s September replace can be viewed here. It’s also possible to make function requests, and report on any points you encounter or seek the advice of those that customers have already posted on the GitHub issues page.