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From:Andrew Moore Date:May 24 2011 3:31pm
Subject:Re: Renaming a database?
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Instead of renaming it, revoke permissions to it. If it's being used you
should see some problems in the application due to access denied.

Andy

On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Jerry Schwartz <jerry@stripped> wrote:

> It looks like there’s no way to rename a database. Is that true?
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> I have two reasons for wanting to do this:
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> - I want to get a current version of a database out of the way so that I
> can load in an older version, without having to pay the penalty of reloading
> the current version.
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> - I think I have a database that isn’t being used (don’t ask), and I
> want
> to hide it to see if anything blows up.
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> Suggestions?
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> Regards,
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> Jerry Schwartz
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