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Convert a existing SQL Server 2000 database to 2005

Hey @ all,

I have a question:

It is possible to convert an existing SQL Server 2000 Database to SQL Server

best wishes!
Jul 23 '05 #1
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You can attach or restore a SQL 2000 backup onto a SQL 2005 server.

"Philipp" <Ph************@yahoo.de> wrote in message
Hey @ all,

I have a question:

It is possible to convert an existing SQL Server 2000 Database to SQL

best wishes!

Jul 23 '05 #2

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