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Hi

I have just created a Azure SQL account.

Right now I have my data in an Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise Edition 8.0.2039 database.

I want to copy all these tables (incl. all data) (quite a lot of tables!) to my new Azure SQL server.

It gives different errors when I try to use the built-in export function in SQL Server Management Studio 2005/2008.

Can you please help. What to do?
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Question by:Leo_Feldborg
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without knowing the error you're getting it's all guess work.

did you try reading this?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/ee730904.aspx
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