SQL Azure

When using the Generate Schema and Evolve Schema with Windows SQL Azure all tables must have a clustered index.


Luckily this is standard in ECO maintained databases – with one exception – the table that helps ECO to remember what tables there are – the TablesTable. This is usually named ECO_TABLES (name can be overridden).

There is a new PersistenceMapper Configuration setting that tells eco that the even the TablesTable should have Clustered index:


The setting is called TablesTableHasIndex. Set it to true when using SQL Azure.


It had to be a setting to stay compatible with all the other database options.

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