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exclude a table from Transfer SQL Server Objects Task

Posted on 2011-03-08
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When you are using "Transfer SQL Server Objects Task" can you just exclude a table or two from not being populated.

(we are transferring data from one database in one server to another empty database (same schema design) in another server, with all table options - they are 100s of them, but we want to just exclude one for sure, may be 2 tables.)

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Try to transfer the whole database and then drop/truncate the 2 unnecessary tables.
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hi

under the  "Transfer SQL Server Objects Task" you can exlude objects

search for "Dynamic Options" in this link for more details

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms187693.aspx
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that's pretty good.. thanks.
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