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I am using docs.microsoft.com/.../dbmovement-scenario-exportuat to export the UAT environment DB and then import it into my cloud-hosted development environment that is on our own subscription.Which means I have administration rights on my Dev environment.
I never had a problem doing this. But the last two times I get an error importing the bacpac-file. The first time I thought maybe something went wrong because downloading it from LCS took ages.
I decided to try it again today and it downloaded the 7GB bacpac file from the Asset library (download method: go to LCS > Asset Library > Database backup and click on the backup file name then choose Save as and saved it to the created sub-directory Exportedbacpac onTemporary Storage drive ) within 30 minutes which is the normal length it takes to download.
Then I follow the steps in the link mentioned above. I even opened command prompt with run as administrator. However it returns with the error that the file contains corrupted data.
are both enviornments on same PU?
Try to restore to another sandbox tier 2 and then try to export from there manually
Can you please visit docs.microsoft.com/.../sqlpackage-download to download .NET CORE version of Sqlpackage.exe. This is a .zip file that can be extracted to C:\Temp\Sqlpackage-dotnetcore.
From there, instead of using the Sqlpackage.exe under C:\Program Files (x86), please can you use the Sqlpackage.exe in C:\Temp\Sqlpackage-dotnetcore.
That worked like a charm. Thank you very much
The latest version of .NET Core SqlPackage is causing an issue. It throws an error while importing -
*** Error importing database:Could not import package.Warning SQL0: The source contains users that rely on an external authentication provider that is not supported by the target. These users will be treated as users without logins.Error SQL72014: Core Microsoft SqlClient Data Provider: Msg 102, Level 16, State 30, Line 1 Incorrect syntax near 'type'.Error SQL72045: Script execution error. The executed script:CREATE USER [d365-ops-dbms-prod]WITH SID = 0******162, TYPE = E;
To resolve this this issue, please use a previous version - https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2109019.
Also, please increase the timeout value to 3600 in this statement - "SqlPackage.exe /a:import /sf:D:\Exportedbacpac\my.bacpac /tsn:localhost /tdn:<target database name> /p:CommandTimeout=1200".
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