How to create exact copy of existing SQL Serevr 2000 database with all objects?

Posted on 2006-04-03
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
Question by:quasar_ee
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    Right click on your database in enterprise manager and choose all tasks --> backup database.

    Make a backup. Then you ahve a full copy. You can restore this somewhere else to use that full copy.
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    Take a backup of your database and restore it to a different location to have exact copy of database.
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    Thanks for agreeing with me sirees..

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