Hello,

I have a SQL dump that I would like to inject into my managed database. How can I proceed in order to upload the payload to my database from windows ?

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to Import Data into Azure SQL Database
Use Transact-SQL statements. Using the commands, BULK INSERT or OPENROWSET (BULK…), you can import data.
Import using the Flat File Wizard. Using the Import Flat File Wizard in SSMS, you can import a text file into SQL server.
SQL Server Import and Export Wizard.

Hi,
Due to official DO Managed Databases doc:
https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/databases/
there are three database engines currently available within DO Managed Database Service: MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redis. Select the most compatible with your database dump and follow one of the guides from the links below:
https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/databases/mysql/how-to/import-databases/
https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/databases/postgresql/how-to/import-databases/
https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-migrate-redis-data-to-a-digitalocean-managed-database

by Mark Drake
Redis provides a number of methods one can use to migrate data from one instance to another, like replication and snapshotting. However, migrations can get complicated when you're moving data to a Redis instance managed by a cloud provider, as managed databases tend to limit how much control you have over the database's configuration. This tutorial outlines one method you can use to migrate data to a Redis instance managed by DigitalOcean using Redis's internal MIGRATE command.
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