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how to copy a database

Posted on 2012-03-19
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Hello experts,

I need to copy a complete database, including store procedures, tables and so on into another emty database.
I am new to this and I was wondering if you know any tutorial with pictures step by step using the wizard method.

I am using MSSQL 2008

Thank you
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Question by:shpresa
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by:barlet
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You can do it with backup and restore...
Right click on your database and backup/restore

This is rhe easiest way...
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by:IT-Monkey-Dave
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I've done this several times using SQL Server's built-in backup and restore.  Works like a charm.
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Have a look at the following link
 http://www.codebarlet.com/2012/01/19/database-backup/
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by:lcohan
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Why not just use the SQL built in "Copy" feature from SSMS??
Just right click on a SQL 2008 SSMS then select "Copy Database.." from the drop down menu and follow the easy to use wizzard.
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