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Moving from SQL Server 2000 to 2005, installing ASA Version 9.0

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I am using SQL Server 2000 as the consolidated database (Adaptive server anywhere, mobilink server). I am migrating to SQL Server 2005

Do I need an "SQL set up script" to create the sychronization tables in SQL Server 2005?

Anybody any links on this type of operation?
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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Hello Brogrim,

install sql server upgradation advisor and find the the stuffs you need to change, after making the changes, backup the db and restore it on the new 2005 server and change the comapatability level to 90. Then do reindex and if time permits then do a db check


GOD Bless,
Aneesh R.
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Do I need an "SQL set up script" to create the sychronization tables in SQL Server 2005?
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Aneesh Retnakaran earned 2000 total points
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no, just backup-restore will be enough, the backup of teh database contains  all the existing  objects and the data
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