I have been working on a web-based application with an SQL Server 2000 database however I am now trying to export the DB to my server but for some reason I have started getting some weird error messages which I can't fix.
The application & DB work fine on my computer and I used to be able to export the DB to my server without a problem.
However now when I try to export - it only copies 10 of the 19 tables over. And then the other 9 tables show up with an error message saying something like:
Violation of PRIMARY KEY constraint 'PK_[Table Name Goes Here]'. Cannot insert duplicate key in object 'Table Name Goes Here'
And despite various tests I still can't seem to find a solution for this. So what I need is someone who is very knowledgeable with SQL Server so I can send you my DB so that you fix it so I can export the data to my server again.
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