For Aspnemvc, not the same Data Type when I run Migration to current database


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asked Mar 14, 2016 by zna4855 (420 points)
I am trying to run initial migration for my project to database that exists. I want to know were the logs (error) are stored in this case

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answered May 12, 2016 by Codde_Befo (1,420 points)
selected May 12, 2016 by inefor
 
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Inactual migration be prepared for emergency. Testmigration process at least once on all your real data.
If you have to process all data in a table then do it. Here is a link to a good source, Data migration from old to new application: an experience
commented May 12, 2016 by inefor (150 points)
Sucha process gave us following benefits:Source data remained unchanged
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answered Mar 26, 2016 by weideman (820 points)

Four major migration categories are proposed on this basis. The design relates old data formats to the new system's formats and requirements.
I used this one Data migration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and I am quite satisfied with it
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answered May 8, 2016 by Cer_3357 (140 points)

Four major migration categories are proposed on this basis. The design relates old data formats to the new system's formats and requirements.
I used this one Data migration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia and I am quite satisfied with it
commented May 9, 2016 by TextHester (210 points)
We foundI/O our main bottleneck
commented May 9, 2016 by fromwanted (100 points)
Transforming requirementsto codeAllmigration was done in PL/SQL packages
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answered May 14, 2016 by leighannt (1,370 points)
I have recently been wrestling with this
You can also have a look at Data migration - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia for inspiration
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answered May 19, 2016 by coldingless (540 points)
Use SQLand set operations as much as you can
commented May 19, 2016 by erf_618 (640 points)
You can read more here and here
commented May 21, 2016 by Cimiano (430 points)
There is an almost imperceptible setting that fixed this issue for me

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