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Dump Transaction Log in SS2008?

Posted on 2009-04-03
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So we have some software that runs off of SQL Server.  One of the updates has the following command:

dump transaction [DYNAMICS] with no_log

which worked fine in SQL Server 2000.  Does anyone know the equivalent in 2008?  When run now, I receive the following error:
Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'transaction'.
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Shyam_Saraf earned 500 total points
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try this alternates fom Enterprise manager
      1. set the database to simple recovery model
      2. Shrink the file
      3 .Set back to Full (If required). ie. If you are not taking TL backup let it be in Simple recovery model only



 
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Perfect, Thanks.  Now to get our vendor to implement the changes in their install file!
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