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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 BOOK VB ISBN: 978-0-7645-8850-1; C# ISBN: 978-0-470-04258-8
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I am unable to attach the WroxUnited and ASPNETDB databases in SQL Server 2000. Can the .MDFs in the downloaded source code be used in SQL Server 2000?
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   I'm afraid you can't attach them to SQL 2K sorry no - MS backwards compatibility isn't there. What you can do is import the data into SQL 2K though. That's a good point. We'll look into making some SQL 2k versions of the files available. In the meanwhile I'd recommend an import.

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How does one go about doing the import into SQL 2000. I believe this may be my problem too. Is there a tool that can be used for this purpose? I can attach the ASPNETDB mdf to SQL 2005 but can't figure out how to export it into a csv file format for SQL Server 2000.

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I'm using SQL Server 2000 as well and concequently cannot run the Wrox United project. Is there anyway to get the scripts to create the tables, stored procs and triggers in a zip file?

 


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