Microsoft Azure SQL Database

Build apps that scale with managed and intelligent SQL database in the cloud.

Integrate the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API with the Bash API

Setup the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the Bash API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate Microsoft Azure SQL Database and Bash remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Run Bash Code with Bash API on New Column from Microsoft Azure SQL Database API
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Run Bash Code with Bash API on New or Updated Row from Microsoft Azure SQL Database API
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New Column from the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API

Triggers when a new column is added to a table.

 
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New or Updated Row from the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API

Triggers when a new row is added or an existing row is updated.

 
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Execute Query with the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API

Executes a SQL query and returns the results. See the documentation

 
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Run Bash Code with the Bash API

Run any Bash in a Pipedream step within your workflow. Refer to the Pipedream Bash docs to learn more.

 
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Insert Row with the Microsoft Azure SQL Database API

Inserts a new row in a table. See the documentation

 
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Overview of Microsoft Azure SQL Database

The Microsoft Azure SQL Database API allows you to manage and interact with your SQL databases hosted on Azure directly from Pipedream. It provides a serverless way to run SQL queries, manage tables, and handle database management tasks. You can create, read, update, and delete database records, execute stored procedures, and perform a variety of other SQL operations. Leveraging this API on Pipedream enables you to automate workflows, respond to database events in real-time, and integrate with countless other apps and services.

Connect Microsoft Azure SQL Database

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import sql from "mssql"
export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    azure_sql: {
      type: "app",
      app: "azure_sql",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    const { host, username, password, port, database, encrypt } = this.azure_sql.$auth
    const config = {
      user: username, 
      password, 
      server: host, 
      port, 
      database, 
      authentication: {
          type: 'default'
      },
      options: {
          encrypt
      }
    }
    await sql.connect(config);
    return await sql.query`SELECT GETDATE()`
  },
})

Connect Bash

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# $PIPEDREAM_STEPS file contains data from previous steps
cat $PIPEDREAM_STEPS | jq .trigger.context.id

# Write data to $PIPEDREAM_EXPORTS to return it from the step
# Exports must be written as key=value
echo foo=bar >> $PIPEDREAM_EXPORTS