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How to set forced parameterization in SQL Azure

Using SQL Server on premise, I can issue the SQL Statement Alter database [myDB] set parameterization forced Or I can right click the database from SQL Server Management Studio and then set parameterization to forced from the options tab. I can do neither on SQL Azure - is this disabled on the platform? As a result, my stored procedures are really fast, but my ad hoc queries are really slow
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That's one of several settings that are not available to you in Azure SQL Database. While it does have most of the functionality of the on-premises server, there are differences and you've found one.
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thanks - was driving me nuts - so I need to make sure that there are no ad hoc queries or at least limit them
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