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Re: Bulk Data Transfer failure in a changed Target Schema
Posted by: Sebastien Caisse
Date: January 04, 2006 06:09AM

Well, you only drop them once really, since if you roped them in between you'd need to recreate them for the next DB transfer - and you can always write a script with the proper DROP commands and run that instead of doing it manually (another thing I ended up doing since I was testing the migration before applying it on the live system and wanted to reduce the possible "manual" errors to a minimum, having a script doing the exact same thing all the time helped reduce thode).

Also, you're quite welcome...



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