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Exporting MSSQL database to .SQL file including Data

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I have a MSSQL database which i am managing with MS SQL Server Management Studio 2005. Can someone explain me how I can export a database into a .SQL file including the INSERT statements for the data?

I've managed to do it before but I forgot how I did it,

Thanks.
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I've seen a utility for MySQL that does this ...

In MS SQL Server, scripting the schema out is simple -- from your question I think you've already figured that out.

To get the data, I recommend BPC.

Of course ... if transferring the entire DB is what you want to do, a backup file is actually preferable.
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