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Converter SQL database from 2008 to 2005

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I am trying to convert a SQL server database to go from a test bed site to our live environment however the versions are not compatible. I have tried to generate a script but keep receiving an error even as an SA user at the same location:


Property TextHeader is not available for StoredProcedure '[ACOCMP1].[add_hiredest]'. This property may not exist for this object, or may not be retrievable due to insufficient access rights.  The text is encrypted. (Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo)


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Unfortunately, you cannot run a SQL 2008 database on SQL 2005 instances. You can go the other way, but cannot come back even if the compatibility level was set to 90 (SQL 2005).
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Used Import export function of sql to export thedata using scripts
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