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“Don’t Get Caught Out: Default Language Not Supported in This Version!”

Lesson Learned #362: Keyword or Statement option ‘default_language’ is not supported in this Version
Introduction
Cloud computing products are becoming increasingly popular and versatile, allowing users to manage their data and applications in a secure and efficient manner. As the use of these products increases, it is important for users to understand the different features and capabilities available. This blog post will discuss Lesson Learned #362, which states that the keyword or statement option ‘default_language’ is not supported in this version of Azure Database.

What is Azure Database?
Azure Database is Microsoft’s cloud-based database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offering. It is a fully managed service, meaning you don’t need to worry about managing the underlying infrastructure. It supports a variety of database engines, such as Azure SQL Database, Azure Database for MySQL, and Azure Database for PostgreSQL.

Why is the ‘default_language’ keyword or statement option not supported?
The ‘default_language’ keyword or statement option is not supported in this version of Azure Database as it is not a supported feature. This means that any attempt to use this keyword or statement option will result in an error.

What are the alternatives?
The ‘default_language’ keyword or statement option is not supported in this version of Azure Database, however, there are some alternatives that can be used. For example, the ALTER DATABASE SCOPED CONFIGURATION statement can be used to set the default language for the current database. Alternatively, the SET LANGUAGE statement can be used to set the default language for the current session.

What should be done when encountering this issue?
When encountering this issue, the first step should be to ensure that the ‘default_language’ keyword or statement option is not being used. If it is being used, then it should be removed and replaced with an alternative method of setting the default language.

Conclusion
This blog post discussed Lesson Learned #362, which states that the keyword or statement option ‘default_language’ is not supported in this version of Azure Database. It is important to note that this keyword or statement option is not supported, and that alternatives should be used instead. Understanding how to use these alternative methods will help ensure that the default language is set correctly.

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