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Trouble export - import on sql 2005


Trouble export - import on sql 2005

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abel.uchiha
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i used sql 2005 on my computer and i need to export-import table from a database to a new database that is still blank. i do this step:
1. create new database that named DATABASE B
2. right click on DATABASE A(my source data table) - task - export - then the problem come. it's shown by this words:
could not step up data flow connection.
the connection type "OLEDB" specified for connection manager"{some numbers}" is not recognized as a valid connection manager type. bla bla bla
additional information:
the connection type "OLEDB" specified for connection manager"{some numbers}" is not recognized as a valid connection manager type. bla bla bla

the problem shown too when i tried to import on DATABASE B from DATABASE A.
Please help me fix this problem...
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When exactly do you get the error?

Are the client tools connectivity installed?


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how can i see that if it's already installed on my computer?
i installed sql 2005 on typical way
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You can re-run the SQL Server set-up, add features to an existing installation and check what is already installed.


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