Bump. Did you also get the following error after trying to export a database in Azure? Could not extract package from specified database. The element DataSyncEncryptionKey_XXX is not supported in Microsoft Azure SQL Database v12. I’ve had to contact Azure Support recently who were able to help me fix this problem. Even though there was
Someone asked me today how to fix this error that he encountered after creating a new Episerver MVC project with the Alloy Template. I remember seeing this before myself and so I’m putting up a post for those out there who encounter the same problem. Server Error in ‘/’ Application. Could not open new database ‘EPiServerDB’.
Umbraco’s site installation comes with an SDF database. For obvious reasons, I needed to migrate this to SQL Server. Below are the steps I took to make it work. Before proceeding to the steps below, you will need to install following: ExportSqlCE40.exe which you can download from here SQL Server Compact 4.0 Runtime from here
Took me a while to find out, but deploying a SQL Server database to Azure is actually very easy. Make sure you have your Azure connection details ready! The below instructions / screenshots are from SSMS 2016. Should work for older versions too, although you might see different wordings. Open SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and
My scenario I tried creating a new database schema for my Episerver website that uses the createDatabaseSchema=”true” on the episerver.framework config node. This creates a new database schema if it detects there’s none for the database specified in the config. However, when I first ran my Episerver website which was configured to an empty database, I got the following error: