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And the next example shows the command to attach a database:
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CREATE DATABASE AdventureWorks ON (FILENAME = C:\TEST\AdventureWorks_Data.mdf ), (FILENAME = C:\TEST\AdventureWorks_Log.ldf ) FOR ATTACH
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For all options that you can use with the detach or attach command, see the SQL Server 2005 Books Online article CREATE DATABASE (Transact-SQL).
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Using the Copy Database Wizard
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Make sure SQL Server Integration Services is installed
The Copy Database Wizard runs via custom tasks within SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS). To use this wizard, you must have SSIS installed. The proxy account that the package is running under also has to be a member of the sysadmin role on both the source and destination instances.
SQL Server s Copy Database Wizard enables you to copy all objects within a database to another instance or to another database within the same instance. This process copies all database objects, users, schemas, and permissions, creating an exact duplicate. You must copy server-level objects such as logins separately. To access the Copy Database Wizard, right-click a database and select Tasks, Copy Database. When the splash screen appears, click Next. Select the source server from which the database will be copied and click Next. Select the destination server to which the database will be copied and then click Next. Select either detach/attach or SMO. When you select the detach/attach method, SSIS detaches the database, copies it to the destination, and attaches the database. This process is exactly the same as described previously in this lesson. Selecting SMO leaves the database online and accessible to users while the scripting APIs are used to generate scripts to re-create all objects on the destination as well as move all the data. Copying a database by using SMO is much slower than using either detach/attach or backup/restore. Click Next to select the databases you want to move or copy. If you specify move, the database is created on the destination and then removed from the source. If you specify copy, the database is created on the destination as well as left on the source. Click Next to display the Configure Destination Database page shown in Figure 11-1.
Lesson 3: Moving a Database
Figure 11-1 Configuring the destination database
You can specify the name of the destination database along with the file locations. If the database already exists on the target, you can specify the copy to either fail or overwrite the existing database. Click Next to specify the options for the SSIS package, such as package name and logging options. Clicking Next enables you to specify whether you want the package to execute immediately or at a scheduled time, and specify under which proxy account it should run. Clicking Next enables you to verify the options selected. To complete the wizard, click Finish.
Quick Check
What are the three methods to move a database, listed in order of the least amount of time required The detach/attach method is the fastest possible method because it requires only a modification to a system table, a copy of the files, and then a modification to a system table to bring the database online. Backup/ restore is the next-fastest method. It is slower than a detach/attach because the restore operation might have to re-create the files for the database as well as place the pages into the files in order. SMO is the slowest method because it needs to script out all objects, extract all data, re-create all objects, and then load the data.
Quick Check Answer
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Backing Up, Restoring, and Moving a Database
PRACTICE
Using Detach/Attach to Move a Database
In this exercise, you will detach the AdventureWorks database, copy it to a new location, and then attach it by using SSMS.
NOTE
File names
The actual names of the files in your AdventureWorks database might vary. You might also have added filegroups to the database in previous exercises. Therefore, this practice refers to file names in a generic manner. You will need to make appropriate adjustments to match your environment.
1. If necessary, launch SSMS and connect to your SQL Server instance. 2. Ensure that no connections have been created to the AdventureWorks database. 3. Within Object Explorer, right-click the AdventureWorks database and select Tasks, Detach. 4. Click OK. 5. Open Windows Explorer and copy the AdventureWorks .mdf, .ndf, and .ldf files to the c:\test directory created earlier. 6. Right-click the Database node in Object Explorer and select Attach. 7. Click Add and select the AdventureWorks .mdf file. 8. Click OK. 9. Verify that the AdventureWorks database now appears in Object Explorer and that you can access the database and read data from and write data to the database.
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