Browse and query your Azure databases both locally and in the cloud using scrapbooks with rich Intellisense then connect to Azure to manage your PostgreSQL and Cosmos DB databases with support for MongoDB, Graph (Gremlin), and SQL (previously known as DocumentDB).
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Create a database server by clicking the + button in the title
View database servers and open directly in the portal
View/Create/Delete databases, collections, graphs, stored procedures, documents, and queries
Click on a document, stored procedure, or query to open in the editor
Edit a document and persist changes to the cloud
Attach a Mongo server by clicking the plug icon in the title
Run Mongo Commands with Rich Intellisense
View your MongoDB database account by by clicking "Sign in to Azure..." in the Azure Resources explorer or using "Attach Database Account" to connect via a connection string
Optionally configure the settings mongo.shell.path and mongo.shell.args if your mongo executable is not already on your system's PATH (many of the common commands have built-in support and do not require the Mongo shell to be installed - see Prerequisites)
Click on "New Mongo Scrapbook" in the tree title bar
Click on "Connect to a database" to indicate which database to run the commands against
Enter your commands and/or comments, eg: db.<collectionName>.find()
IntelliSense (auto-completions) will be provided
Click on "Execute" above a command to execute it, or press CMD+" (Mac) or CTRL+" (Windows and Linux) to execute the line with the cursor
To run all commands, click on "Execute All", or press CMD+: or Ctrl+:
Save and re-use later
Import into Cosmos DB
You can now import documents from your workspace into CosmosDB. Use the context menu of a collection or a document file (json) to get started!
Create an Azure Databases Server
Sign in to your Azure Account by clicking "Sign in to Azure..." in the Azure Resources explorer
If you don't already have an Azure Account, click "Create a Free Azure Account"
Select the 'plus' button to open the "Create Resource" menu
Right click 'Attached Database Accounts' and select 'Attach Emulator'
Azure no longer supports gremlin queries on pre-GA graph accounts. If you see the error "Could not find a valid gremlin endpoint for graph", then choose "Open Portal" on the graph node and check the "Gremlin Endpoint" in the Overview tab. If it does not take the form of '...[graph-name].gremlin.cosmosdb.azure.com...', then you will need to create a new graph account using the Azure portal or the current version of the extension.
Graphs are not currently supported with the emulator
Viewing/editing tables is not currently supported
Support for escapes in the scrapbooks is preliminary. We currently do not support escaped characters as is inside a string - the characters need to be double escaped. For example, newlines in the string should be '\\n' instead of '\n' to be recognized correctly. If you find any issues with how the scrapbook handles escapes, please add to issue #937.
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