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Remove space from database name

Hi,

We have a customer that has a space at the end of their database name. For example their database name is "database "

instead of "database". We have only just discovered this and up to now there have been no issues, however, we need to remove this space to fix and issue that has arisen. We have a plan in place to backup the database and restore without the space and have checked the integration(add-on) config files which do not contain this space. We also have an infrastructure backup plan that will allow us to roll back should an issue occur,

My question is, has anyone else encountered this issue and come across any issues with following the procedure above? My only concern is crystal reports connectivity. We would be able to go through all and fix the connections but this would be very time consuming if something was to go wrong.

Thanks

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 01:32 PM

    Hello,

    Restoring the backup will solve your issue, crystal reports (setup within B1) will not have any impact.

    You must thoroughly check the addon functionalities before proceeding with the LIVE DB.

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Nov 07, 2019 at 09:55 AM

    Dear Ryan,

    Plan a activity during Non- Production Hours.

    1) Backup the DB you want to rename.

    2) Drop the connections to the DB by making it as single user through MS-SQL Management Studio (Before that log out all the addon connections)

    3) Now rename the DB to the name you want

    4) Again make the DB to Multi-User mode through MS-SQL Management Studio

    Hope helpful

    Thanks,

    Karthik Kannan

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