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Posted Saturday, March 9, 2013 12:34 AM
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How do we refresh the new updated fresh database with the old database without replacing the database?
Old Database would be the client database and we cannot the directly replace the database on the client database as it will consist live data.
Our requirement is to refresh new changes on on the old database without hampering the client live data.
Its likely to be an project upgrade.Can someone assist me on this,how can we achieve this without using any third party tool.

I am aware how to achieve this by making manual script. But is there any other way that we can implement this more smoothly,as it will be happening very often and running
manual script will be time consuming.
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Database refresh:

When someone asks you to refresh a database, please be sure to ask them the below source and destination server information...

Source Server:

Server Name: PROD\Inst1,12000
Database Name: SQLSERVER
ENVIRONMENT: PROD

Destination Server:

Server Name: TEST\Inst1,12000
Database Name: SQLSERVER
ENVIRONMENT: STAGING

Remember when you restore database on staging server...

1. First thing would be to extract the permissions.
2. Restore the database on test server from most recent available backup from PROD.
3. Re-apply the permissions which you have extracted in first step.

You could find Script to extract the permissions here.....

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/scripts/Security/71562/

Hope this helps :)
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