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The Upgrade Advisor is built from two components: the Upgrade Advisor Analysis Wizard and the Upgrade Advisor Report Viewer.
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Upgrade Advisor Analysis Wizard This tool helps analyze the SQL Server 7.0 or SQL Server 2000 instance for issues that can cause the upgrade to fail or your application to falter after the upgrade. The wizard does not modify the instance in any way and can be run as many times as you like.
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Installing and Upgrading Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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Upgrade Advisor Report Viewer found by the Analysis Wizard.
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This tool is used to view the list of issues
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The typical sequence of events when using the Upgrade Advisor includes executing the Update Advisor, gathering the recommendations, taking the recommended corrective actions, and rerunning Upgrade Advisor to verify the changes. While this process can be completed in a single pass, I have often found it to require a couple of iterations before all the issues are resolved. The following steps explain the process of using the SQL Server Upgrade Advisor Analysis Wizard and viewing the report using the Upgrade Advisor Report Viewer: 1. To open SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor click the Start button, and then point to All Programs, then Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and then select SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor. The Upgrade Advisor Start window appears, as shown in Figure 8-16. 2. Select Launch Upgrade Advisor Analysis Wizard. The Welcome page appears. Click Next.
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Figure 8-16 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor Start window.
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3. The SQL Server Components page appears, as shown in Figure 8-17. Enter the name of the server you want to run Upgrade Advisor against. You can choose to query the server and automatically populate the appropriate check boxes for the components by clicking on Detect, or you can choose to manually select the check boxes. Click Next to continue.
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Part II
System Design and Architecture
Figure 8-17 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor SQL Server Components page.
4. The Connection Parameters page, shown in Figure 8-18, appears. Select the instance name (select MSSQLSERVER for the default instance), select the authentication mode, and enter the login credentials if using the SQL Server authentication mode. Click Next.
Figure 8-18 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor Connection Parameters page.
5. The SQL Server Parameters page appears, as shown in Figure 8-19. Select the check boxes for the databases to be analyzed. Additionally, if you want to analyze trace files and SQL batch files, select the appropriate check boxes as well. Click Next.
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Figure 8-19 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor SQL Server Parameters page.
6. Based on the components you selected for analysis in step 3, the appropriate component parameter page displays. Enter the requested information for each, and then click Next. 7. The Confirm Upgrade Advisor Settings page appears, as shown in Figure 8-20. Review the information and click Run to execute the analysis process. You can select the Send Reports To Microsoft check box if you want to submit your upgrade report to Microsoft. Re-executing the Upgrade Advisor process causes any previous reports to be overwritten.
Figure 8-20 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor Confirm Upgrade Advisor Settings page.
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8. The Upgrade Advisor Progress page appears, as shown in Figure 8-21. The analysis may take several minutes to complete and is dependent on the number of components selected. Once the analysis is completed, you can select Launch Report to view the report that was generated or exit the wizard by clicking Close.
Figure 8-21 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor Upgrade Advisor Progress page.
9. When you select Launch Report in step 8 or the Launch Upgrade Avisor Report Viewer option shown in Figure 8-16, the window shown in Figure 8-22 appears. From this window, you can choose to view all the issues for all the components together or filter the view using the Instance Or Component and Filter By drop-down lists. Clicking on the + next to a line item expands the display to show a more detailed description. You also can use the This Issue Has Been Resolved check box on each line item to mark the task resolved, which will then delete it from the current report.
Figure 8-22 SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor View Report window.
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Upgrade Procedure
The procedure to upgrade an earlier version of SQL Server to SQL Server 2005 is very similar to the procedure for a new SQL Server 2005 installation. To upgrade a version of SQL Server 7.0 or SQL Server 2000, start with steps 1 through 9 listed in the section Installing SQL Server 2005 Using the Installation Wizard. Then follow these steps: 1. When the Instance Name page appears, select the default or named instance to upgrade. To upgrade a SQL Server default instance already installed on your system, click Default Instance, and then click Next to continue. To upgrade a SQL Server named instance already installed on your system, click Named Instance, and then enter the instance name in the text field below, or click the Installed Instances button, select an instance from the Installed Instances list, and click OK to automatically populate the instance name text field. After you have selected the instance to upgrade, click Next to continue. Note
If you want to do an upgrade, make sure you specify the name of the existing default or named instance correctly. If the instance specified does not exist on the system, the Installation Wizard will install a new instance instead of performing an upgrade.
2. The Existing Components page, shown in Figure 8-23, appears. On this page, you can select the check boxes next to the components you want to upgrade (the list of components is based on the SQL Server instances and versions installed on your system and, therefore, may be different than what is shown in Figure 8-23). You can also view the details of the listed components by clicking on the Details button in the lower-right corner. Click Next to continue with the upgrade.
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