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I'm trying to restore a *.bak file into a different database.
Old Database SVW_TEST (from where the *.bak file is):
SVW_TEST_DATA - d:\SVW_TEST_DATA.mdf
SVW_TEST_DATA - d:\SVW_TEST_LOG.ldf
New Database SVW (to restore to):
SVW_DATA - d:\SVW_DATA.mdf
SVW_DATA - d:\SVW_LOG.ldf
I used the following code:
Dim pRestore As New Restore
pRestore.Action = SQLDMORestore_Database
pRestore.Database = "SVW"
pRestore.ReplaceDatabase = True
pRestore.Files = "D:\SVW_TEST.bak"
pRestore.RelocateFiles = "SVW_Test_Data, D:\SVW_DATA.mdf, SVW_TEST_LOG, D:\SVW_LOG.ldf"
But it would work: I get an error saying that "The logical file 'SQL' is not part of the SVW-Database". Why 'SQL' ????
I also tried this version:
pRestore.RelocateFiles = "SVW_Data, D:\SVW_DATA.mdf, SVW_LOG, D:\SVW_LOG.ldf"
There I get an error saying that "The logical file 'SVW_DATA' is not part of the SVW-Database".
Can someone please help.
I found the problem myself. I just had to put  arround the names:
pRestore.RelocateFiles = "[SVW_Test_Data], [D:\SVW_DATA.mdf], [SVW_TEST_LOG], [D:\SVW_LOG.ldf]"
eventhough in some examples i found, it was with out them........