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 ======How does DynamicZip accommodate migrations to Microsoft SQL Server? ====== ======How does DynamicZip accommodate migrations to Microsoft SQL Server? ======
  
-**NOTE:** The following applies to migrations from other databases such as Btrieve or c-tree to Microsoft>>​ SQL Server. It does not apply to upgrades from one version to another on Microsoft SQL Server.+**NOTE:** The following applies to migrations from other databases such as Btrieve or c-tree to Microsoft >> SQL Server. It does not apply to upgrades from one version to another on Microsoft SQL Server.
  
 **IMPORTANT:​** Prior to importing the ZIPsales Database in the new installation,​ verify that your [[dynamiczip:​windows:​DynamicZip Setup window]] for the new installation agrees with your setup options for the old installation. The DynamicZip Setup window'​s section on Import Settings is particularly important. For example, if the old installation did not use naming rules for new cities and counties and the new installation does, the [[dynamiczip:​windows:​dz_tax_detail_supplement_window|Tax Detail Supplement]] record may not get created for certain tax details that exist on posted transactions. If this does happen, then the missing tax detail supplement records can be manually created in the new system. Alternately,​ you can print reports on anything prior to the upgrade by keeping a working copy of the old system. **IMPORTANT:​** Prior to importing the ZIPsales Database in the new installation,​ verify that your [[dynamiczip:​windows:​DynamicZip Setup window]] for the new installation agrees with your setup options for the old installation. The DynamicZip Setup window'​s section on Import Settings is particularly important. For example, if the old installation did not use naming rules for new cities and counties and the new installation does, the [[dynamiczip:​windows:​dz_tax_detail_supplement_window|Tax Detail Supplement]] record may not get created for certain tax details that exist on posted transactions. If this does happen, then the missing tax detail supplement records can be manually created in the new system. Alternately,​ you can print reports on anything prior to the upgrade by keeping a working copy of the old system.
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