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Old December 21st, 2010, 12:35 PM
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Default Where are the databases?

I can't find the Formula1 and Books databases in the download code. Am I being stupid or what?
 
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Smile Where are the databases

Cracked it.
Use the Database manager and restore the .bak files (the book database is called DemoDatabase.bak)
 
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Hi Doug

You figured it out. I did not. I submitted a ticket that took almost 2-months to work its way through the tiers. I even contacted one of the authors, got no help.
 
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Question Missing Data

Hi Doug

I restored the databases Demodatabase.bak and Formula1V1.bak, but there is no data in the demodatabase. Is there a hidden SQL script to generate data?

Mike

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Hi Mike,
I've no idea where the data is, so I just stuck some in the empty tables, ensuring that the relationships were valid, and took it from there!

Not too impressed!
Doug




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