However, it is now also available in the GA version of Azure Data Studio.
Anyway, to work with this update you also need the latest version of the SQL Database Projects extension installed. Which is currently v1.3.1.
If you have an earlier version of the extension installed then you must reload it after you have updated Azure Data Studio. Otherwise, you can install the extension after the update.
Once done you can do the same things that I covered in my other post earlier in the week. Where I covered how you can share a Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouse Database Project with the new target platform.
In that post I covered the below topics:
- Creating a database project based on the new target platform.
- The new Database Schema Provider (DSP) on the sqlproj file.
- The two new target platforms, including the Microsoft Fabric one of course.
- Synchronizing the database project with Azure DevOps.
- How to share the database project with colleagues.
- How to publish updates from the database project to another Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouse using Azure Data Studio
All of above items in that list work exactly the same in the GA version of Azure Data Studio now thanks to the latest update. I tested a few things to be sure. Including the option to select the new target platform, as you can see below.
So, feel free to read my last post and apply the contents to Azure Data Studio 1.46. So that you can share a database project with the new target platform with your colleagues.
Final words about the new Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouse Target Platform
Well I hope this post raises awareness about the fact that new Microsoft Fabric Data Warehouse Target Platform is now included as part of the latest Azure Data Studio update. It is worth looking at the other updates that come with it as well.
Feel free to use the contents of my previous post to share the database project that contains the new target platform with your colleagues.
Of course, if you have any comments or queries about this post feel free to reach out to me.