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How to create new db and reimport data

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Hi, I have a database that keeps dropping from the SQL.  I would like to export all my data from this database, create a new db, reimport all the data back.

How do I accomplish this.

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Question by:kyleshire
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by:Rajkumar Gs
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Hi Kyleshire

To export data, you may follow these steps
http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertutorial/203/simple-way-to-import-data-into-sql-server/

Raj
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I'd look more closely at the reason for the DB dropping as it sounds like you might create a replacement DB and hit the same issue. Disk space being exhausted by large log files would certainly cause this.
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