Identify your version

To identify the version of the Microsoft Azure SQL Database integration you're using:

  1. Sign into your Stitch account.
  2. On the Stitch Dashboard, click the Microsoft Azure SQL Database integration you want to check.
  3. Click the Extraction Logs tab:
    • If you see a list of extraction logs, the integration's version is v1.0.
    • If you see No logs available for this integration yet., the integration's version is v06-01-2016.

Microsoft Azure SQL Database version history

All versions for Stitch's Microsoft Azure SQL Database integration, including release and deprecation dates.

Version Release date Deprecation date End of life (Sunset)
version 1.0 (latest) July 12, 2019
version 06-01-2016 January 6, 2016

Microsoft Azure SQL Database version features

In this section:

Microsoft Azure SQL Database supported features

Microsoft Azure SQL Database
version 1.0
(latest)
Microsoft Azure SQL Database
version 06-01-2016
CONNECTION METHODS
SSH Connections Supported Supported
SSL Connections Supported Supported
REPLICATION SETTINGS
Anchor Scheduling Supported Unsupported
Advanced Scheduling Unsupported Unsupported
Table-level Reset Supported Supported
Configurable Replication Methods Supported Supported
REPLICATION METHODS
Log-based Replication Supported Unsupported
Key-based Replication Supported Supported
Full Table Replication Supported Supported
DATA SELECTION
Table Selection Supported Supported
Column Selection Supported Supported
View Replication Supported Supported
TRANSPARENCY
Extraction Logs Supported Unsupported
Loading Reports Supported Supported

Data types

In the table below are the data types Microsoft Azure SQL Database integrations support and the Stitch data type it will map to, depending on the version of the integration being used:

  • indicates that the data type is supported. Following the icon is the Stitch data type it will map to.
  • indicates that the data type is supported, but there is additional information you should know. Hover over the icon to view a tooltip with the information.
  • indicates that the data type isn't applicable to the integration. This is usually because the integration doesn't use that particular data type.
  • indicates that the data type isn't supported. In Stitch, columns with unsupported data types will have Unavailable in the Type column of the Tables to Replicate tab.

Refer to the Data typing guide for more info about how Stitch identifies and types data when it's loaded into your destination.

Microsoft Azure SQL Database
version 1.0
(latest)
BINARY STRING
DATETIME2 STRING , formatted as DATE-TIME
DATETIMEOFFSET STRING , formatted as DATE-TIME
ROWVERSION STRING
SMALLDATETIME STRING , formatted as DATE-TIME
UNIQUEIDENTIFIER STRING
VARBINARY STRING

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