Now we can proceed with creating the database
in the azure account. The steps involved in this are following.
New subscription is already created and we can
reuse it. So we can proceed with the next 2 steps. Create new server
Sign in to the windows azure portal and click the Database category from the
left pane as shown below.
Wait for a few seconds and you will be getting the main pane ready as below:
Click on the Create a new SQL Azure Server item from the above screen. The
following screen appears.
In the above dialog select the Subscription and click next to continue.
In the above screen select the Region and click Next to get the next screen.
In the above screen enter the administrative login and password. (The usual
names like sa, admin etc. are reserved and entering is not allowed) Note: On entering a valid login name and passwords only, the Next button
will get enabled.
On clicking next, we get the following screen.
Use the Add button to add the IP address range. We need to enter the range for
getting client access to the server. For demonstration I have entered 0.0.0.0 to
255. 255. 255. 255 to open all IP get access to it.
Now click the Finish button.
You can open the subscription item from the left top pane to see the new server
and default databases inside it. You will be provided with a master database
with read only access to it. Create a new Database
Now we can proceed with creating our database. To achieve this click on the
Create button from the top ribbon as shown below.
The following dialog box appears:
Enter the database name you prefer and select the default options for other
entries, click Ok button.
You are now ready with the new database.
Now we are ready with the new database. In the upcoming articles we can see how
to use the database using ADO.NET classes. Summary
In this article we have seen how to create a database server and database in SQL
Azure. You can find more information on SQL Azure here.
Jean Paul is a Developer plus Architect working on Microsoft Technologies for the past 12 years. He is very much passionate in programming and his core skills are SharePoint, ASP.NET & C#.
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