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RE: Transaction logs keep filling up

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you could also increase the growth factor for the transaction log, in the database properties, and change it to unrestricted growth. If it manages to grow large enough without causing a problem to the normal deletes/dataloads you do, then keep the log at that size and reduce the growth factor back to a smaller percentage again (eg 10%). […]

2004-08-19

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Looking for a Solution to my problem

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Hi! I need solution for my problem.the scenario is that We have an DB created in Access, it contains some data. Now we have updted our DB to SQL and certainly with changed structure, but we want to port data from the access db to sql db even though its structure is changed.So anyone who can […]

2004-08-19

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