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I am working on the PHP and trying to convert the databse from mysql to sql server. So need help from all of you. If any have idea or some examples how can i do this then please help me.


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try phpmyadmin with that you can convert your database to sql.
you can download it for free at http://www.phpmyadmin.net
i hope it will help

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just remember if you are using windows you should have php and mysql and iis 4 or later already install in order to use phpmyadmin work.
installation is very easy. try this link and it will direct you to the download website. http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/p...2.zip?download
when you unzio it you can either share it as a webdirectory or use your iis manager and a create a website when you do that you should make sure you add index.php to the documents on your phpmyadmin website. any problem email me.


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