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SQL Server as Trigger

Hi

 

I want to use the SQL Server trigger "when an item is created". Unfortunately the drop down menu for the tables which I can work with shows only 2 of the tables in my (Azure) database when there are actually +/-50. Can anyone advise why all of the tables in my database are not showing?

 

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Thanks in advance

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v-yamao-msft
Community Support
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Hi reusen,

 

Please click “Enter custom value”, then enter the name of SQL table manually.


When testing this issue on my side, seems that I am getting the same issue with you, while entering the table name manually works for me.

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Please try it on your side. Hope this will also work for you.

 

Best regards,
Mabel Mao

Community Support Team _ Mabel Mao
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CLG
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I'm having this same issue. Mannually typing in the table name isn't working for me. Did anyone get this figured out? 

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