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Programmatically Script out database objects to a previous version of SQL Server


Programmatically Script out database objects to a previous version of SQL Server

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Hello All,
Via a vb.net app I am extracting SQL2005 objects which will in turn be run into a sql2000 database.

SQL Server Management Studio's \Task\Generate Script has an option where I can set the output to a SQL2000 format.

Do any of the DMO objects have a property which can be set so I can generate a SQL2005 object's script to a SQL2000 format from within VB.NET?

Thanks, in advance, for any assistance you can offer.
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