I have a DTS that runs every night that copies tables from one SQL Server to another for using in a "backup-system" of an application.
I am doing a Transform Data Task from the one table to an exact copy of the table on the other server for several tables. The problem I have is that the primary key on all the tables on the back-up system are all re-numbered and causes all the normalization to be incorrect between tables.
Can I remove the "Identity Increment" off all these tables before the copy and then put it on after the copy? What T-SQL statements would I run to do both removal and adding them back on in the DTS?
Create another table on Destination with same structure as the Destination table but without PK and Identity constraint.
now pull all your data from Source to this table, and then write another "Execute
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