A Safe Method for Moving a Database to a New LocationCommented on: 5 years ago
(November 4, 2010)
You state that "the safest procedure for this is not to detach/attach the database". Can you expand on why that would not be safe to a) detach the database, b) copy (not move) the files to the new...
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