MS SQL Server
Hasura allows connecting to a SQL Server database and build a GraphQL API based on the database schema.
- Hasura GraphQL engine
- SQL Server 2016 and upwards
To try Hasura with SQL Server, you'll need your own new or existing SQL Server database.
Here are 2 ways you can get started with Hasura and SQL Server:
- Hasura Cloud: You'll need to be able to access your SQL Server database from Hasura Cloud.
- Docker: Run Hasura with Docker and then connect your SQL Server database to Hasura.
Hasura currently supports queries, subscriptions, mutations, relationships and permissions on MS SQL Server.
Next up on our roadmap for Hasura + SQL Server:
- Support for stored procedures & functions (#7073)
- Event triggers: Trigger HTTP webhooks with atomic capture and atleast once guarantee whenever data changes inside the database (#7075)
- Remote Joins: Join models in SQL Server to models from other API services (GraphQL or REST) (#7076)
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This Hands-on Demo walks you through Getting Started with Hasura on SQL Server & common use cases. - View Recording here.