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Create an Azure SQL instance
Follow the instructions from the Azure documentation on how to create a SQL database. The database must be created before Dapr consumes it.
Note: SQL Server state store also supports SQL Server running on VMs.
In order to setup SQL Server as a state store, you will need the following properties:
- Connection String: the SQL Server connection string. For example: server=localhost;user id=sa;password=your-password;port=1433;database=mydatabase;
- Schema: The database schema to use (default=dbo). Will be created if not exists
- Table Name: The database table name. Will be created if not exists
- Indexed Properties: Optional properties from json data which will be indexed and persisted as individual column
Create a dedicated user
When connecting with a dedicated user (not
sa), these authorizations are required for the user - even when the user is owner of the desired database schema:
Create a Dapr component
Currently this component does not support state management for actors
The next step is to create a Dapr component for SQL Server.
Create the following YAML file named
apiVersion: dapr.io/v1alpha1 kind: Component metadata: name: <NAME> namespace: <NAMESPACE> spec: type: state.sqlserver version: v1 metadata: - name: connectionString value: <REPLACE-WITH-CONNECTION-STRING> - name: tableName value: <REPLACE-WITH-TABLE-NAME>
WarningThe above example uses secrets as plain strings. It is recommended to use a secret store for the secrets as described here.
The following example uses the Kubernetes secret store to retrieve the secrets:
apiVersion: dapr.io/v1alpha1 kind: Component metadata: name: <NAME> namespace: <NAMESPACE> spec: type: state.sqlserver version: v1 metadata: - name: connectionString secretKeyRef: name: <KUBERNETES-SECRET-NAME> key: <KUBERNETES-SECRET-KEY> - name: tableName value: <REPLACE-WITH-TABLE-NAME>
Apply the configuration
To apply the SQL Server state store to Kubernetes, use the
kubectl apply -f sqlserver.yaml
To run locally, create a
components dir containing the YAML file and provide the path to the
dapr run command with the flag