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ReadOnly intent through SSMS


ReadOnly intent through SSMS

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Chris-475469
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I know that you have to specify ;ApplicationIntent=ReadOnly when you want to connect to a read-only replica in an availability group through SSMS, but I wondered if there was a way to configure this somehow so you didn't have to remember it every time?

Unfortunately you don't get the connection properties box when registering a server so I'm not sure if this is possible. We have some users who are complaining that they have to specify the option.

Is this possible?
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I actually thought I was going to be able to get around this by making a connection to the relevant instance with the connection options, then right click and hit register.

If I look in the XML file that stores the registered servers I can see the ApplicationIntent option in the connection string but I don't get directed to the readable secondary.

Anyone experienced this and found a solution?
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