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Management Studio needs more memory than just 180MB to open such a file - it's not just storing the entire text of the file in memory, but also loading any required objects for IntelliSense, performing all kinds of parsing and validation, etc. You may have slightly better luck if you turn IntelliSense off, but some of those activities will still happen. ...
That C# script reads the file and executes each line from it. That works fine beacause the file contains only one line statements. If your T-SQL structure from your file is the same, then that C# code will work for you. You can check that by opening the file with Notepadd++. Cheers,
I recommend not using Entity Framework with anything else other than SQLSERVER. And then LINQ to SQL may be better. lightspeed was recommended to me as a better product. I personally have not used it.
you can follow the tutorial in this link in-order to use PostgreSQL under C# and .net framework http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/30989/Using-PostgreSQL-in-your-C-NET-application-An-intr for managing the database side you can use aquafold (in my opinion one of the best database management for PostgreSQL check the following link http://www.aquafold.com/), ...
Management Studio is the tool you should probably be using to manage a SQL Server database. You can download SQLManagementStudio_x64_ENU.exe from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=43351 For the C# side, you could use Visual Studio: http://www.visualstudio.com/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs#d-express-windows-desktop
Your options are pretty limited. You can create a shell database and then use something like SQL Compare from RedGate to compare the schema and migrate the schema. Then possibly do a Data Compare to script out the data and migrate it. Alternatively, you could use the export option in SQL Server to export a bunch of tables which will recreate the tables on ...
You can use copy database wizard to copy database from one server to other. It has some limitations please read This Microsoft Online Doc before proceeding. Internally database would be transferred to destination server and it is much like backup restore only but you manually dont have to take backup and do restore. If you want Screenshots on how to achieve ...
Please note that using the mysql syntax for prepared statements to generate dynamic SQL is an ugly hack and should not be recommended. Using the language/connector commands, as you probably want to do, is usually the best option for maintainability, unless you have an extremely large number of tables to be dropped. On the manual you have an example of how ...
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