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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
 
In this article will be shown how to import data from an Excel file into Azure Mobile Services in order to be used by your App. It's assumed you have created your own service else follow this guide on [[Azure_-_Mobile_Services_on_Windows_Phone|how to manage Azure Mobile Services]].
 
In this article will be shown how to import data from an Excel file into Azure Mobile Services in order to be used by your App. It's assumed you have created your own service else follow this guide on [[Azure_-_Mobile_Services_on_Windows_Phone|how to manage Azure Mobile Services]].
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== Tools ==
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In order to import data from your local database or Excel file you need to install last version of  '''Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE)''', a free and easy graphical tool  to use for managing SQL Server database with Advanced Services.
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[[File:Sql-server-management-studio.jpg]]
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== Importing Data ==
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Opening Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio will be asked to connect to a server.
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[[File:Sql-server-management-studio-login.jpg]]
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Select the server address you choosed during creation of your Mobile Service and select SQL Server Authentication option.
  
  
 
== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==

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Contents

Introduction

In this article will be shown how to import data from an Excel file into Azure Mobile Services in order to be used by your App. It's assumed you have created your own service else follow this guide on how to manage Azure Mobile Services.

Tools

In order to import data from your local database or Excel file you need to install last version of Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE), a free and easy graphical tool to use for managing SQL Server database with Advanced Services. Sql-server-management-studio.jpg

Importing Data

Opening Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio will be asked to connect to a server.

Sql-server-management-studio-login.jpg

Select the server address you choosed during creation of your Mobile Service and select SQL Server Authentication option.


Summary

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