In this blog post, we’ll see how to execute Stored Procedure in Azure SQL Database inside Azure SQL Server. Let’s go through the steps to see it in action.
- Login to Azure Portal.
- Click Create a resource –> Databases –> SQL Database.
- Give a unique name to the Azure SQL Database. Click on Server field to create Azure SQL Server on the fly.
- Give a unique name to the Azure SQL Server, provide credential for login and click Select.
- Make sure the Azure SQL Server that we…
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