Migrating Stash 3.10.0 from SQL Server 2008 R2 to 2014.

Hello, I am looking to migrate our Stash application from SQL Server 2008 R2 to SQL Server 2014 before upgrading to Bitbucket.

I am looking to create an empty 'STASH' database on the SQL Server 2014 server - and then use the 'Database Migration Tool' within Stash to point to the new database and migrate.  Is this approach with an empty target database the best approach.

Alternatively I would have backed up the original 'STASH' database from SQL Server 2008 R2 and restored it to the SQL Server 2014.  I would then just have re-pointed the configuration to the new database.

Can someone advise the best approach?

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Hi Colin,

Your proposed apporach of simply creating an empty database and using the migration wizard is the recommended approach, and also the easiest.




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