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Posted on 2009-04-06
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I have a site which I'm currently moving it to GoDaddy. I've moved the files. Only missing is the mssql database. I don't have control panel access. I have only FTP access and I know the connection string of the mssql including the host, database username and password. This info is from a file of the site. I've tried to connect it by a mssql client but I couldn't. I need  a way to export mssql data by asp code or some other thing.

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That is something your old host will have to do.  Backup your database that is.
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How to take backup of database..I dont have access to cpanel....Also in ftp is there any location the database will be stored...
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If the host does not provide you direct access to the database, then you may need to contact them to back it up for you.
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