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Problems consolidating databases
There may be many departmental Access databases in your organization that have been built over the years for specific reasons.Major reasons exist, too, for consolidating your departmental Access databases to a central SQL Server database.
If the destination object does not exist, it is created.If the object is a table, it is created without keys and relationships. The queries from the Access database are converted into SQL Server Views. Most of the transformation errors are related to long text fields and dates.The best migration method is to use both tools: SSMA to migrate the schema and DTS/SSIS to migrate the data.Here is how you run the DTS/SSIS wizards: In SQL Server 2000, from the Enterprise Manager: Choose the objects you would like to transfer from Access in the "Source" list and then the destination object names in the "Destination" list.If the Destination name does not exist, the object will be created.You can change the destination object's structure or transform the data passed to it by clicking the "…" in the "Transform" list. You can double click on the failed line and view the error.In the summary page check that the Wizard will do what you asked it to and click Finish. In the "Choose a destination" form, choose "SQL Native Client", your SQL Server instance name in the "Server" field, Authentication information and the destination database name in the "Database" field. Choose the objects you would like to transfer from Access in the "Source" list (by enabling the specific object or enabling the "Source" header to choose all objects).Choose the destination object names in the "Destination" list.If the Destination name does not exist, the object will be created. You can double click on the failed line and view the error.You can change the destination object's structure by clicking the Edit Mapping"In the summary page check that the Wizard will do what you asked it to and click Finish. There are also other methods to export the Access database structure, such as third-party tools such as (i.e., XMLSpy) and ASP. It is a good idea to consolidate department Access databases into a centralized SQL Server environment for scalability, reliability and centralized management.This may help the departmental staff by transferring the responsibility for the applications to the IT group where the tasks probably belong.