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RESTORE FROM SQL2008 TO SQL2005

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Hi All,

I have problem to restore from SQL2008 to SQL2005.

what is the problem, any solution ?

Thank you.

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http://www.nwds-ak.com/WebResources/Database/RestoreSQLServer2008to2005/CreatingSQLScriptstoRestore2008.aspx

The additional features and data format in 2008 are not recognized by 2005, so it cannot restore a backup directly.
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by:darshan_derasari
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You can not restore 2008 db to 2005.Please refer below link for more details:


http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/sqldatabaseengine/thread/32a67469-0636-4ded-923f-2e257f7e68e1/

You can try another option explained in below link:

http://www.devx.com/dbzone/Article/40531

Hope this helps.
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by:ThakurVinay
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You cannot down version restore. you can restore to the same version or above.

>> for this you can detach your mdf and ldf file and attach to lower version.
>> you can script the schema's and run the script to new server and bcp out the data
>> you may try import and export (i have not checked this one)
>>  use dts/ssis to transfer
>>check for third party tools

HTH
Vinay
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