A Export to a BACPAC file by using Azure Cloud Shell and save the file to an

A export to a bacpac file by using azure cloud shell

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correct selection is worth one point. A. Export to a BACPAC file by using Azure Cloud Shell, and save the file to an Azure storage account B. Export to a BACPAC file by using SQL Server Management Studio. Save the file to an Azure storage account C. Export to a BACPAC file by using the Azure portal D. Export to a BACPAC file by using Azure PowerShell and save the file locally E. Export to a BACPAC file by using the SqlPackage utility Answer:B,C,E Explanation: You can export to a BACPAC file using the Azure portal. You can export to a BACPAC file using SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). The newest versions of SQL Server Management Studio provide a wizard to export an Azure SQL database to a BACPAC file. You can export to a BACPAC file using the SQLPackage utility. Incorrect Answers: D: You can export to a BACPAC file using PowerShell. Use the New-AzSqlDatabaseExport cmdlet to submit an export database request to the Azure SQL Database service. Depending on the size of your
The safer , easier way to help you pass any IT exams. 50 / 50 database, the export operation may take some time to complete. However, the file is not stored locally. References: 48.Note: This question is part of series of questions that present the same scenario. Each question in the series contains a unique solution. Determine whether the solution meets the stated goals. You develop a data ingestion process that will import data to a Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse. The data to be ingested resides in parquet files stored in an Azure Data Lake Gen 2 storage account. You need to load the data from the Azure Data Lake Gen 2 storage account into the Azure SQL Data Warehouse. Solution: 1. Create an external data source pointing to the Azure Data Lake Gen 2 storage account 2. Create an external file format and external table using the external data source 3. Load the data using the CREATE TABLE AS SELECT statement. Does the solution meet the goal? A. Yes B. No Answer: A Explanation: You need to create an external file format and external table using the external data source. You load the data using the CREATE TABLE AS SELECT statement. References: kestore

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