This post continue to look at the differences between Azure Data Studio and SQL Server Management Studio. This post is focus on Security. In SSMS you can find a dedicated Security node.
In ADS is the same, it has a dedicated Security node.
When you right click a credential such as sa. There will be a list of shortcut menu. The most important item in the list is actually the Properties. That allow you to grant permission to a database, define the role(s) for that credential and more.
In ADS, beside a Refesh, when I was right clicking the credential, there is nothing else.
In SSMS, when you click on a security role. There is also a list of item display in a shortcut menu.
In ADS, it is still only the Refresh for now. Whether Microsoft going to extension the features?