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SSMA Migration

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todd.ayers
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I am trying to use the SSMA to migrate my tables from Access 2007 to SQL server 2012. Is there a literal step by step process to migrate my tables from start to finish that I can follow?
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There are a few articles out there but I find the wizard straight forward enough. However here is few examples:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237980
http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/SQLServerUpsizing/importing/Import_Access_DB.asp

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Yeah I tried using the Access wizard but kept getting an error message saying: The upsizing wizard does not work with the version of Microsoft SQL Server to which your Access project is connected. So I thought I would try from the SSMA
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What do you mean by SSMA? Are you referring to SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS)?

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Also I was taking about the SQL Server Import Export Wizard in SSMS not any tools within MS Access.

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SSMA- SQL Server Migration Assistant.
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I must admit I have never used that application. But if it is just tables \ data you are importing using SSIS or Import Export wizard is as easy. As you wont be able to import some of the MS Access functionality like macros etc.

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