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Migrate to Local SQL Server

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Where more than 500 schedules are expected and/or the database is being accessed by your own application (e.g. a web application), we strongly recommend that you Migrate your database to SQL server or another more reliable ODBC compliant database.

 

Storing your data in an enterprise database (and not in MS Access) affords you a great deal of extended functionality through triggers, stored procedures, integration with other applications, system backups, indexing, tuning, and lots more.

 

Select this option to Migrate to a local SQL server installation.  If you do not have SQL Server installed, it will be installed for you (locally) as part of the installation.

 

Important:

ChristianSteven Software does not provide support or instructions on how to use SQL or other databases.  If you do not have any experience with databases, please contact your database administrator and arrange for the migration to be performed by an expert.  If you wish to be visited by a ChristianSteven approved technical consultant, please visit http://www.christiansteven.com/partners/partnerlist.htm.

 

To revert to SQL-Server / ODBC

Go to the Configuration Tab then select Migrate to ODBC

 

"Migration" will migrate all the data from one database type  and move it to another.  If you simply want to switch from one to the other without migrating the latest data, use the "Switch" option instead of the "Migrate" option.

 

 

 

 

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