How to Connect to Azure SQL

The connection dialog is explained here.

Ensure the Azure Database is Public Accessible

Create an free account on On the dashboard choose to create an SQL Database. During creation make the database public accessible in the networking tab.

How to create an AzureSQL database How to configure AzureSQL Network Settings

Get the JDBC URL

Then from the menu you can choose to get the connection string:

Main pane to get AzureSQL connection string

Then copy the JDBC connection string and replace the password.

Get the AzureSQL JDBC URL connection string

Enter the JDBC URL in DbSchema

Use the JDBC connection string in the DbSchema Connection Dialog / JDBC URL tab. In the connection string replace the '{password}' with the password you have choose when creating the database user.

Copy the JDBC URL in the DbSchema connection dialog

Make sure the Database is public accessible

If the database was not set public when created, you may need to add a firewall rule to allow remote access. In this message you can see your client IP:

Setup rule allow connections through firewall to AzureSQL

Then from the top menu create a firewall rule for it.

Setup Windows Firewall for AzureSQL

Connect using Active Directory Security

Connections using Active Directory security are allowed in following modes:

  1. Using the JDBC URL from the cloud console. If you can find the JDBC URL in the cloud console, please try to connect as above, using 'Edit Manually' in the JDBC URL and copy the JDBC URL from the cloud console.
  2. Using Username and Password In the connection dialog choose the 'Active Directory Authentication with User and Password' connection method.
  3. Using Active Directory Integrated Security This method is using a DDL file already installed in the Java Home/bin folder by DbSchema. You can check the Java Home from the Help / About dialog. After this choose the 'Active Directory Integrated' connection method in the Connection combo.