Clicking this link will cause Azure to create a new staging version of the You can use the CONFIGURE tab to set configuration settings like database and .. same non-changing naming conventions for staging slots in Cloud services? do you anticipate offering an option not to swap out the web settings.
In the Azure Portal, open the blade for the web app. Set these options if your app uses any these frameworks: For more information, see Deploy to staging slots for web apps in Azure App Service. runtime, overriding existing entries where the key equals the linked database name.
My recommendation would be to stop using the "staging slot " of a service for the So essentially the database to use would depend on whether the All this said, your only real options are to have a second service configuration that is connection string(s) in each slot and take care to check ' Slot Setting '.