New parameters in New-AzureVMSqlServerAutoBackupConfig cmdlet to support Auto Backup for SQL Server 2016 VMs (Classic cmdlet changes)
- Added new parameters for New-AzureVMSqlServerAutoBackupConfig that reflect changes for Auto Backup V2 for SQL IaaS Extension.
- Fixed bug in Get-AzureVMSqlServerExtension to correctly get values of parameters by parsing the SQL Configuration substatus (the correct one) in the response.
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**[anilyela]** In this change though, the existing xml help file was generated using PS Cmdlet help editor. I've regenerated the whole file using platyPSHelp.
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**[anilyela]** Basic scenarios (add and remove sql extension) are already covered. Currently there are no tests for existing update scenarios and adding tests to cover this minor change would require me to add framework to support these scenarios. Would like to know if this is necessary before (if) I proceed, given the changes to classic cmdlets are not so often.
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