Re: Moving Emerald Database
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 24 Jul 1997 22:05:55 -0700
David Edwards wrote:
> >Unless your current database has problems, I would just use SQL
> >Enterprise Manager to do a Database transfer, which will transfer
> >all objects, users, permissions, etc. I do this all the time
> >between servers to replicate databases so that I can hammer on a
> >copy of the database.
> What command do you use in Enterprise Manager to do this? Does this leave
> the existing database in tack and functional?
Right click over the database and select Transfer (thats one
way). It does NOT change anything in the source db or lock/prevent
the source DB from still being used.
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