The SQL Compact Command Line Tool will allow users administer SQL Compact databases directly from the command line, without having Visual Studio or SQL Server Management Studio installed. Only requires NetFx 2.0 and SQL Compact installed. Command line options similar to sqlcmd. Runs scripts generated by ExportSqlCe.
The specifications (in the form of documentation on usage) for the utility is available with the current release. Please have a look at it and post any comments in “Issue Tracker”.
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As with all native access to the SQL Server Compact Edition Server, this must be implemented at a very high level by the developer.
The SQL Server Compact Tool Command Line
Tool will allow you to run scripts at a very high level of abstraction.
Without going too deep into the option structures and the details, the tool exposes a series of “Commands” that can be run via the command line or via scripting; this enables a series of tasks that users can perform at a high level.
The tool is designed to run the following scripts:
Create Script for Tables. This script will create a script which will recreate your tables. The current version is limited to tables with Primary Key (ID) or a unique constraint.
Create Script for Views. This script will create a script which will recreate your views. The current version is limited to views with Functions and Uses Table
GenerateCommand Script for Views. This script will generate the script for the Views. The current version is limited to Views with Functions and Uses Table
UpdateScript for Tables. This script will update your tables. The current version is limited to tables with Primary Key (ID) or a unique constraint.
UpdateScript for Views. This script will update your views. The current version is limited to views with Functions and Uses Table
ExtractScript for Tables. This script will extract the script for the tables. The current version is limited to tables with Primary Key (ID) or a unique constraint.
ExtractScript for Views. This script will extract the script for the views. The current version is limited to views with Functions and Uses Table
IndexScript for Tables. This script will index your tables. The current version is limited to tables with Primary Key (ID) or a unique constraint.
IndexScript for Views. This script will index your views. The current version
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This tool reads the.sdf file (that is the full version of the.sdf database) that includes all the information about all stored procedures in the database, and then, optionally, creates and executes the script to export all stored procedures (Update1). Its main feature is to import a single.sdf file into the database, which is not possible with sqlcmd.
You may download SQL Compact Command Line Tool from the link below:
Exporting all stored procedures from a SQL Compact database file (.sdf) that contains stored procedures named ‘MyCreateProcedure’, use the following command:
sqlcompact.exe /d:C:\MyDatabase.sdf /t /CreateAllStoredProcedures /n:”CreateMyProcedures” /p:CreateAllStoredProcedures=”true”
If the stored procedure is:
CREATE PROCEDURE MyCreateProcedure
SELECT @Parameter1 + @Parameter2
you may see the full list of instructions about the option options available (Update1) by using the following command:
Importing a single.sdf file into a SQL Compact database file (.sdf)
sqlcompact.exe /d:C:\myDatabase.sdf /t /q:”/S” /n:”MyDatabaseName” /p:RefreshSchemas=”true”
The main difference between the “Export” and the “Import” operations is that:
Export operation has no impact on the Database name (the Database name remains unchanged).
Import operation should be done after the user changed the name of the database to a new one (e.g. MyDatabase.sdf to MyDatabase2.sdf, etc.) (Update1).
Important Note: Please use syntax “CREATE PROCEDURE” instead of “CREATE PROCEDURE MyProcedure”
Remove All Stored Procedures from a SQL Compact Database file (.sdf) that contains stored procedures named ‘MyDeleteProcedure’
sqlcompact.exe /d:C:\MyDatabase.sdf /t
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* Provides a command line interface to administrative tasks on SQL Compact databases.
* Supports SQL Compact 4.
* Allows loading of databases created using SQL Compact.
* Contains sqlce.exe.
* Provides system tables such as sysdatabases, sysindexes, and sysconstraints.
* Uses Microsofts CREATE TABLE statement to create a “temp” table, and then populates it with data.
Warning: Due to the complexity of SQL Compact, the Command Line Tool requires a SQL Server Installation.
SQL Compact Command Line Tool Release Notes:
SQL Compact Command Line Tool News:
All Releases are available on the Microsoft SQL Server Central server.
How to Run the SQL Compact Command Line Tool:
If the binary component is not found, you may need to install the “.NET Framework 2.0” component from Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 Command Line Utilities (
If the SQL Compact Utility project component is not found, you may need to install the “.NET Framework 2.0” component from Microsoft’s SQL Server 2005 Command Line Utilities (
Execute the sqlce from command line and follow the instructions.
What’s New In SQL Compact Command Line Tool?
SQL Compact Command Line Tool Description (from “Issue Tracker”, dated 2/15/2006):
The SQL Compact Command Line Tool is an application to manage SQL Compact databases from the command line. It requires NetFx 2.0 and SQL Compact installed.
All commands are given as a sequence of optional parameters for one or more of the commands, separated by a hyphen (-). Example:
SQL Compact Command Line Tool -a -o db_path_to_db file_to_update
Displays information about the database.
Opens the database at the specified path.
Updates the file_to_update.
Writes the contents of file_to_update to the database.
Commits the changes of the database to a backup file.
Exports the database to XML.
Updates the database named database_name.
Recreates an existing database.
Recreate an existing database in a read only mode.
Shows help information.
Issues and Possible Improvements:
While the features available in the Command Line Tool are similar to the SQL Server Management Studio object explorer, the command line tool still offers many additional features. It would be very valuable to extend functionality to include at least the following:
* Update the SQL Compact database from code.
* Generate scripts to update the database.
* Generate schemas, if the database has schemas.
* Support SQL Server Compact 4.0 and SQL Server Compact 4.1.
* Support for COM DLLs.
* Include command line intellisense, like Microsoft Visual Studio.
Looking forward to your suggestions.
No official releases of SQL Compact Command Line Tool available for download.
Mike Webb has posted a message with the link to SQL Compact Command Line Tool source codes, dated 12/20/2006 on “Issue Tracker”.Q:
SharePoint 2010 administration with SQL
I am having little trouble with SharePoint 2010 administration. I have a few questions regarding it.
If you encounter any issues please try a clean re-install.
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