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SQL server 2000

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by wakanai, Sep 15, 2003.

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  1. wakanai

    wakanai Thread Starter

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    I have a program that uses SQL server 2000 for the database in drive C: I would like to move everything to drive D: without loses of data. Any suggestions.. Thank You :confused:
     
  2. jmctech

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    Back up your database to a file on your D drive.
    Create the folder d:\mssql\data and d:\mssql\logs.
    Right click on the databases node under your server node in enterprise manager and choose all tasks - restore database - from device - locate your backup file.
    Click OK to go all the way back to the initial restore database wizard screen.
    At the top 'Restore database as' - enter a new name for your database.
    Switch to the options tab, you can see the physical filepaths you are going to create for your data and log file(s) - overtype here with d:\mssql\data\filename.mdf for your data file and d:\mssql\logs\filename.ldf for your log file(s).
     
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