In this article, we will learn to access data in an Azure SQL database from Azure Data Lake Analytics.
In this article, we will see how we can access data from an Azure SQL database from Azure Data Lake Analytics.
In the previous part of the Azure Data Lake Analytics article series, we learned how to process multiple file sets stored in the Azure Data Lake Storage account using U-SQL. Often data is stored in structured as well as unstructured formats, and one needs to access data from structured stores as well apart from data stored in repositories like Azure Data Storage Account. We will go over the process to access data from an Azure SQL database using Azure Data Lake Analytics.
We need to have a few pre-requisites in place before we can start our exercise. In the previous part of this article series, we set up an Azure Data Lake Analytics account and created a database on it. We would also need an Azure database with some sample data in it. While creating an Azure database it offers the option to create it with sample data. In this exercise, we are going to use such a database with the sample data as shown below. In the below screen, it shows the azure-sql-server-001 is the name of the database, azure-sql-server-001 is the name of the Azure SQL Server instance, and SalesLT.Address is the name of the table that we intend to access from Azure Data Lake Analytics. Once this setup is in place, we can proceed with the next steps.
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