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truncate database in 2005

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what is the new way to do this in sql 2005?

select * from sysfiles backup log DBName with truncate_only DBCC SHRINKFILE (2,0)
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This should work on SQL 2005

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it works but I get warnings that it is depreciated.

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Strange, I get no such warning. What statement exactly generates it?

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I get the depreciation during the execution of a SSIS package.

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