C# - Transfer The Structure And The Data To An Off Site, Off Network Database?

Sep 27, 2010

I have an SQL 2008 DB and I need to transfer the structure and the data to an off site, off network database. I need to somehow create a physical file that represents the structure and data within the db that can be loaded in another instance of SQL Server 2008.

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