Defines the possible throttling modes in SQL Database.
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|0||Corresponds to the "No Throttling" throttling mode, in which all SQL statements can be processed.|
|1||Corresponds to the "Reject Update / Insert" throttling mode, in which SQL statements such as INSERT, UPDATE, CREATE TABLE, and CREATE INDEX are rejected.|
|2||Corresponds to the "Reject All Writes" throttling mode, in which SQL statements such as INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, CREATE, and DROP are rejected.|
|3||Corresponds to the "Reject All" throttling mode, in which all SQL statements are rejected.|
|-1||Corresponds to an unknown throttling mode whereby throttling mode cannot be determined with certainty.|