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ashaikh Member
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Real Stream Dataset for AZURE SQL Server Database Query Using Powershell

Hello,

I am trying Real Stream Dataset reports using powershell. But my SQL Server Database is hosted in Azure. How would I connect it to azure SQL Database using powershell.

 

I have query to do it using local database but I am unable to connect it to AZURE SQL Database using same script.

$SqlServer = 'MySQLserverName';
$SqlDatabase = 'MyDatabaseName';
$user = "MyUsername";
$pwd = "MyPassword $connectionString = “Server=$SqlServer;uid=$user; pwd=$pwd;Database=$SqlDatabase;Integrated Security=False;” $SqlQuery = "SELECT * FROM table;"; $SqlCommand = New-Object -TypeName System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand; $SqlCommand.CommandText = $SqlQuery; $SqlConnection = New-Object -TypeName System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection -ArgumentList $SqlConnectionString; $SqlCommand.Connection = $SqlConnection; $SqlConnection.Open(); $SqlDataReader = $SqlCommand.ExecuteReader(); ##you would find your own endpoint in the Power BI service $endpoint = "myEndPoint" #Fetch data and write out to files while ($SqlDataReader.Read()) { $payload = @{ "product" =$SqlDataReader['product'] "sales" =$SqlDataReader['sales'] "datetime" =$SqlDataReader['datetime'] } Invoke-RestMethod -Method Post -Uri "$endpoint" -Body (ConvertTo-Json @($payload)) } $SqlConnection.Close(); $SqlConnection.Dispose();

I also have a script to connect to Azure Database using Powershell. This is how I connect -

 

$params = @{

  'Database' = 'MyDatabase'

  'ServerInstance' =  'MyServerName'

  'Username' = 'MyUsername'

  'Password' = 'MyPassword'

  'OutputSqlErrors' = $true

  'Query' = 'SELECT * FROM table'

  }

$result = Invoke-Sqlcmd @params
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Re: Real Stream Dataset for AZURE SQL Server Database Query Using Powershell

@ashaikh,

 

This issue is more related to azure sql server, pleae refer to: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/sql-database/sql-database-powershell-samples.

 

Community Support Team _ Jimmy Tao

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