Azure Database for Mysql Deployment task
Use this task in a build or release pipeline to run your scripts and make changes to your Azure DB for Mysql. Note that this is an early preview version.
# Azure Database for MySQL deployment # Run your scripts and make changes to your Azure Database for MySQL - task: AzureMysqlDeployment@1 inputs: azureSubscription: serverName: #databaseName: # Optional sqlUsername: sqlPassword: #taskNameSelector: 'SqlTaskFile' # Optional. Options: sqlTaskFile, inlineSqlTask #sqlFile: # Required when taskNameSelector == SqlTaskFile #sqlInline: # Required when taskNameSelector == InlineSqlTask #sqlAdditionalArguments: # Optional #ipDetectionMethod: 'AutoDetect' # Options: autoDetect, iPAddressRange #startIpAddress: # Required when ipDetectionMethod == IPAddressRange #endIpAddress: # Required when ipDetectionMethod == IPAddressRange #deleteFirewallRule: true # Optional
|Azure Subscription||(Required) This is needed to connect to your Azure account.|
To configure new service connection, select the Azure subscription from the list and click 'Authorize'.
If your subscription is not listed or if you want to use an existing Service Principal, you can setup an Azure service connection using 'Add' or 'Manage' button.
|Host Name||(Required) Server name of 'Azure DB for Mysql'.Example: fabrikam.mysql.database.azure.com. When you connect using Mysql Workbench, this is the same value that is used for 'Hostname' in 'Parameters'|
|Database Name||(Optional) The name of database, if you already have one, on which the below script is needed to be run, else the script itself can be used to create the database.|
|Server Admin Login||(Required) Azure Database for MySQL server supports native MySQL authentication. You can connect and authenticate to a server with the server's admin login. Example: bbo1@fabrikam. When you connect using Mysql Workbench, this is the same value that is used for 'Username' in 'Parameters'.|
|Password||(Required) Administrator password for Azure DB for Mysql. In case you don't recall the password you can change the password from Azure portal.|
It can be variable defined in the pipeline. Example : $(password).
Also, you may mark the variable type as 'secret' to secure it.
|Type||(Optional) Select one of the options between Script File & Inline Script.|
|MySQL Script||(Required) Full path of the script file on the automation agent or on a UNC path accessible to the automation agent like, \BudgetIT\DeployBuilds\script.sql. Also, predefined system variables like, $(agent.releaseDirectory) can also be used here. A file containing SQL statements can be used here.?|
|Inline MySQL Script||(Required) Enter the MySQL script to execute on the Database selected above.|
|Additional Mysql Arguments||(Optional) Additional options supported by mysql simple SQL shell. These options will be applied when executing the given file on the Azure DB for Mysql.?|
Example: You can change to default tab separated output format to HTML or even XML format. Or if you have problems due to insufficient memory for large result sets, use the --quick option.?
|Specify Firewall Rules Using||(Required) For successful execution of the task, we need to enable administrators to access the Azure Database for MySQL Server from the IP Address of the automation agent.|
By selecting auto-detect you can automatically add firewall exception for range of possible IP Address of automation agent ?or else you can specify the range explicitly.
|Start IP Address||(Required) The starting IP Address of the automation agent machine pool like 126.96.36.199 .|
|End IP Address||(Required) The ending IP Address of the automation agent machine pool like 188.8.131.52 .|
|Delete Rule After Task Ends||(Optional) If selected, the added exception for IP addresses of the automation agent will be removed for corresponding Azure Database for MySQL.|
This task is open source on GitHub. Feedback and contributions are welcome.