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    Hi, we plan to migrate SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000. We have a database with average size of 12GB. Can any one please let me know how to convert our database from SQL 2000 to SQL 2005.Thanks in advance.

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  • Moving .MDF files from SQL Server 2000 to 2005

    Is it possible to just copy and paste .MDF files from SQL Server 2000 to 2005 instead of going through the whole migration process? My company doesn’t have the time that a full migration requires, so we are thinking about just keeping the files and pasting them once we have SQL Server 2005...

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  • SQL Server 2008 compression experiences?

    We are about to migrate a database from SS2005 32-bit to 2008 64-bit. One of the biggest drivers for this is the compression capability in SS2008. We expect to shrink our 2TB database down to about 500GB (proven in testing), and get the comparable IO performance improvements (4x faster reads - also...

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  • Migration from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005

    Hi EveryBody, I am new to SQL SERVER 2005, I have migrated my SQL SERVER 2000 database to SQL SERVER 2005 and it has degraded my site performance. A Page that opens in 10 seconds is now opening in 30 seconds. I have updated the STATISTICS of the database using UPDATE STATISTICS command but no gain....

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  • Moving data from one DB to another DB in SQL Server 2005

    Hi all I got formula to calucalate Row_size of a table Row_Size = Fixed_Data_Size + Variable_Data_Size + Null_Bitmap + 4 Fixed_Data_Size = total byte size of all fixed-length columns Variable_Data_Size = 2 + (Num_Variable_Cols x 2) + Max_Var_Size Num_Variable_Cols = number of variable-length...

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  • How to import Microsoft Access to SQL Server 2005

    hi, while i am importing database MS-Access to sql server 2005 its could not importing its Showing like this: The operation could not be completed. Additional information: -> Not a valid password.(Microsoft JET Database Engine) What to do? can you give the solution. Thanks, Deepa

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