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[WebMatrix] [MVC]迁移数据库至SQL Server

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翻译者: Raymond Tang

迁移数据库至SQL Server

本演练演示如何从微软的SQL Server Compact4.0数据库迁移到SQL Server Express或SQL Server。


· 如何使用WebMatrix数据库工作区中的迁移功能。

· 如何安装SQL Server Express,如果你的计算机上未安装。

· 如何进行迁移,并验证其成功。


要运行此过程中的步骤,您必须运行于Windows XP SP3或更高版本的Windows。你还需要安装WebMatrix。有关如何安装WebMatrix的信息,请参阅Microsoft Web Platform Installer


迁移到SQL Server,你可以使用SQL Server的功能,如存储过程和它的附加功能,比如处理超过256个并发连接或大于4 GB的数据库。本演练演示如何将Microsoft SQL Server Compact 4.0数据库(.sdf文件)转换到SQL Server Express或SQL Server。这与将数据库发布到一个公共Web服务器上作为你的网站的一部分是不同的。有关信息,请参阅”如何使用WebMatrix发布一个web应用程序”( How to publish a web application using WebMatrix.)。

迁移到SQL Server

1. 在WebMatrix中,打开有你要迁移的数据库的网站。如果你没有一个带有数据库的网站,并且你只是想尝试迁移功能,单击快速启动屏幕上的从模板创建网站(Site From Template)选项,然后选择Bakery模板。此模板的网站,包括数据库。

2. 选择数据库工作区,并选择要迁移的数据库。在这个例子中,我们选择bakery.sdf。 (如果您没有看到在你的数据库中列出,请右键单击该站点,然后单击“刷新”。)

3. 在“主页”( Home)选项卡,单击“迁移”( Migrate)按钮并显示迁移数据库(Migrate Database)对话框。


4. 如果你未安装SQL Server,迁移数据库对话框将显示一个链接,让你现在安装SQL Server Express 2008。如果你需要安装它,点击链接。在安装过程中,将提示您选择身份验证模式。现在,选择Windows身份验证。稍后你可以更改此设置。

当你已完成安装后,只有当你是迁移到另一台计算机上的SQL Server Express实例,或迁移到SQL Server(非Express版本),或者如果你需要使用SQL Server登录,你可以在迁移数据库对话框更改默认设置。默认情况下,迁移到本机的SQL Server Express实例。


5. 点击“确认”(OK)按钮。





· 创建SQL Server Express数据库和迁移架构以及数据。

· 更名原bakery.sdf文件为bakery.sdf.backup。

· 更新Web.config文件中的连接字符串。如果你没有一个连接字符串,WebMatrix将创建了一个,并把它命名为与.sdf文件名相同且不带扩展名。 (在本例中为“bakery”。)如果你使用Database.Open方法连接数据库,代码将仍然正常工作,因为WebMatrix如果不能找到一个bakery.sdf文件,它将自动寻找名为“bakery”的连接字符串。

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