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Old December 3rd, 2006, 01:36 PM
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Default Question on appendix B - sql script


Perhaps this is somewhat off topic, but how does one create a SQL script file (like CreateFolktaleDB.sql) from an existing .mdf (like FolktaleDB.mdf)? Can one use SQL Server 2005 Express to create a SQL Script file from a .mdf?


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Hi Daniel, I believe you can from sql server management studio express.
Under databases node, right click the database in question and choose Task > Generate Scripts..
This will launch the script generator wizzard.


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