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copy objects to SQL2005

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Hi
I want to copy DB from SQL2000 to SQL 2005 server.
But I want to copy only the  Database objects to SQL2005 SERVER and not the Data .
Can some one tell me what are the ways to acheive this?

Thanks
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In SQL Manager you can do the following

1) Script all the tables and run the script on your 2005 instance
    - Right click on the database to copy and select "Generate Scripts"
    - Follow the wizard prompts to create all the object scripts and then
    - run the object creation scripts on your new SQL 2005 database instance
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XDJR1875 -

Although i was looking for different sloutions but i find  this as the best one.

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