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Data migration from 2005 to 2008, table structure not same? Expand / Collapse
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Posted Wednesday, February 26, 2014 9:04 PM
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I need to migrate 10 yrs data from sql2005 table to sql2008 table where both tables have different columns. What is good approach here/ any tool? Suggestion?
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SSIS, tsql, linked servers could help get the job done.

You would probably want to batch the migration. It wouldn't be hard to do it via a sql agent job and run a regular schedule to migrate the top n records.

The hard part would be that you would need to do is map out the source to the destination columns.




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You've pretty much outlined what SSIS was built for. But, there's no automatic way to do it. You'll have to build the processes by hand.

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