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Deploy a SQL 2012 database to SQL Azure

I am trying to deploy a SQL 2012 database to SQL Azure, but the "Deploy database to SQL azure" found in Management studio (under tasks) complains about Fill Factor setting is not supported in Azure. If I import the database into DataTools and change the project setting to use SQL Azure as target platform and click build, the database is compliant with SQL azure.

If I use the RC0 or the RTM release without DataTools it works just fine. It seems like the DataTools have a different version of Microsoft.SQLserver.DAC.dll

I can use the .dacpac from RC0, that i succesfully deplyed to SQL azure, to import into my SQL2012 RTM version with DataTools, but trying to deploy from this server I get the same error.

Anyone having an idea/solution?
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asked Apr 22 '12 at 01:26 PM in Default

Håkan Winther gravatar image

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Looking into this, but hitting other isssues with deployments of my test databases. Give me a couple of minutes.
Apr 23 '12 at 12:12 PM Grant Fritchey ♦♦
@Grant Fritchey, Thanks in advance, I am counting on you :)
Apr 23 '12 at 12:15 PM Håkan Winther
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I think you need to contact Microsoft on this one. I just did an install from SSMS on a server that doesn't have the SSDT Database Projects and it worked fine. I also did it from a sever with SSDT database projects, and, a you found, it worked.
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answered Apr 23 '12 at 01:04 PM

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Thanks, did it work from SSMS after install of DataTools?
Apr 23 '12 at 01:28 PM Håkan Winther
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asked: Apr 22 '12 at 01:26 PM

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