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hii,
I have made my project in visual studio 2008 with sql database 2005.Now I want to run my project in pc which has visual studio 2008 with sql database 2013.Is is possible to run my project on that pc.Will it have any affect on my project.
reply as soon as possible.
Posted 7-May-13 10:01am
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richcb at 7-May-13 15:08pm
   
You will have to make the necessary changes in your project to account for the sql db versions.
Zoltán Zörgő at 7-May-13 15:24pm
   
SQL 2013? I welcome you Michel de Nostredame! :)
ryanb31 at 7-May-13 15:26pm
   
The best thing to do is try. It will depend on if you used anything in SQL 2005 that is now no longer supported. Is SQL 2013 even a version?

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We migrated from SQL 2005 to SQL 2012 recently, and found that there weren't too many issues. Assuming you have set your code up to pass through information to your SQL Server correctly, using standard methods, it should work.
 
One issue I did come across related to Triggers, particularly system generated ones (for enforcing relationships etc). Some code that was used in there (system generated) had been deprecated, and no longer worked. Locating them and updating them was tedious, but not particularly difficult.
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