TargetPro 4.8.0 Software Release Notes for US

TargetPro US 4.8.0 Software
(with 2012 Data)
Release Notes
®
This document contains information on the Pitney Bowes Software
2012 TargetPro Software known issues and installation for the US
Edition.
United States:
Phone: 518.285.6000
Fax: 518.285.6070
Sales: 800.327.8627
Government Sales: 800.619.2333
Technical Support: 518.285.7283
Technical Support Fax: 518.285.6080
www.pbinsight.com
 SPECIAL NOTE: FAILING TO READ AND FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS MAY DAMAGE YOUR TARGETPRO SYSTEM
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Significant Data Changes
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Canada:
Phone: 416.594.5200
Fax: 416.594.5201
Sales: 800.268.3282
Technical Support:.518.285.7283
Technical Support Fax: 518.285.6080
www.pbinsight.ca
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Europe/United Kingdom:
Phone: +44.1753.848.200
Fax: +44.1753.621.140
Technical Support: +44.1753.848.229
www.pbinsight.co.uk
Asia Pacific/Australia:
Phone: +61.2.9437.6255
Fax: +61.2.9439.1773
Technical Support: 1.800.648.899
www.pbinsight.com.au
The 2010 data and geographies are significantly
different than previous 2000 data and
geographies. Users should have ample
understanding of the new data source before
using it in existing applications and analyzing
trends. Notable changes are:
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Approximately 15% of variables are no longer
available
Approximately 6% of variables are new
Approximately 13% see changes to data
ranges
Rules for how the data is collected have
changed. (i.e. Residence Rules changed
which impacts Occupancy data)
The release of 2012 TargetPro with 2010 Census
Data contains new boundaries, geographies and
demographic data. A clean MIGS environment must
be created in SQL Server to install TargetPro 2012.
This means all custom work and custom data
variables from the previous installation will be
removed and will no longer work with the 2012 MIGS
Databases. For additional details, refer to the
TargetPro US 2012 Software Release notes.
Custom Files
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Custom work created in previous versions of
TargetPro no longer function with the new installation
of MIGS. For additional details, refer to the TargetPro
US 2012 Software Release notes.
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Known Issues
Significant Data Changes
The US decennial census has undergone it’s most significant change in 50 years. For decades, the
census has been collected in two parts:
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The short form, which went to the entire population and collected basic demographic
information.
The long form, which went to a sample population and collected detailed information that was
then statistically projected to the entire population.
The 2010 Census did away with the long-form and moved to a continuous cycle of sampling using the
American Community Survey. The American Community Survey collects and releases data by the
calendar year for geographic areas that meet specific population thresholds, not every 10 years. And
the ACS, while it collects similar data to the long form, it is not identical. There will be differences.
According to the US Census Bureau ACS Business Handbook, “Estimates produced by the ACS are
not measuring exactly what decennial samples have been measuring.” These changes mean that the
data is “different enough that users should not simply plug them into existing applications without a
basic understanding of the new data source.”
Expecting the data to perform the same as previous decennial census could result in costly decisions
on your part and your previous custom files (reports, queries, etc) will not work with the new data. Our
concerns about the broadscale changes in the data, have resulted in a complex installation process
for your TargetPro system. The correct installation for this year’s release includes removing your old
MIGS and MIGS USER databases and installing new MIGS databases. (Note: You should not
attempt to upgrade the new data into your current TargetPro system.)
The 2010 data and geographies are significantly different than previous 2000 data and geographies.
Users should have ample understanding of the new data source before using it in existing applications
and analyzing trends. Notable changes are:
****** Important: Please Read ***** Manual Installation
Due to new Census data, existing clients will not be able to update their current installation of
TargetPro. The release of TargetPro 4.8.0, 2012 does not include a Software upgrade.
To install the 2012 TargetPro media, you must have the following:
 4.8 Server Software Disc (this will not be included in the shipment of 2012 TargetPro media) If
you do not have a 4.8 Server Software disc, contact your Pitney Bowes sales representative.
 Clean MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA databases in SQL Server.
To create a clean MIGS environment, existing databases must be removed from SQL Server.
The following databases must be detached:
 MIGS and
 MIGS_USERDATA
The old databases must be detached from Microsoft SQL Server and either
 Moved to a different location
or
 Deleted
Please Note: If you choose to save and move old databases to a different location on your
computer, the file sizes are:
 MIGS = 50MB
 MIGS_USERDATA = Size will depend on the amount of saved custom work.
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SQL Server must have clean MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA databases before the new
installation of data begins or the install will terminate.
Custom Files
Custom work created in previous versions of TargetPro no longer function with the new
installation of MIGS.
Once the databases are removed, Server Software 2011 must be installed to create a clean MIGS
environment for the installation of TargetPro 2012.
Please follow the instructions in the appendix to remove existing databases and to install a clean
MIGS environment.
The 2012 TargetPro Data Dictionary is on the 2012 supporting files CD named
TPUS_2012_Data_dictionary.xlsx.
Custom Files
Custom work created in previous versions of TargetPro no longer function with the new
installation of MIGS.
Outdated Documentation
The 2012 TargetPro Install Guide is outdated. Please refer to the Software Release Notes or the
TargetPro US 2012 Installation Instructions located at http://www.pbinsight.com/support/productdocumentation/.
Spatial Ware Delay - Installing Server Software 4.8.0
When installing the Server Software 4.8.0, the Finish prompt of the installer appears before
Spatial Ware completes installing. Clicking Finish may keep Spatial Ware from installing
completely. When you are prompted to click “Finish”, wait a couple of minutes, you may see
several DOS screens running in the background. After DOS screens disappear, click Finish.
If you receive an error message regarding Spatial Ware not installing correctly while running
the Server Data Installer, you will have to reinstall Server Software.
Reports and Charts Contain Out-of-Date Pitney Bowes Business Insights Logo and
Copyright Information
Reports and Charts need to be manually updated to utilize current copyright and logo. All
logos in standard and newly created custom reports should have the latest logo.
Instructions to Manually Copy Reports and Charts from Supporting Files CD:
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Reports: Supporting Files CD>Contributions>– Copy all RPT and TTX files from
this directory into the (default directory or custom directory) C:\Program
Files\MapInfo\TargetPro Canada\Data\Reports.
Charts: Supporting Files CD>Contributions>Charts – Copy all RPT and TTX files
from this directory into the (default directory or custom directory) C:\Program
Files\MapInfo\TargetPro Canada\Data\Charts.
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MapInfo Professional Application Stopped working
This message only appears on Windows 7 installations.
Closing the TargetPro window by clicking the red x in top right corner of screen, may result
in the following message:
Click “Close the program” and TargetPro continues to shut down.
Bing Access
The Microsoft Bing™ Imagery in MiPro v10.5.3 no longer functions after December 31, 2012. You
need to apply the Bing Service Tool to continue to use the Microsoft Bing™ imagery. This tool is
supplied on the Supporting Files CD sent with your TargetPro 2012 media. To start the update
process, open the BingLicensingUpdateUtilityReleaseNotes PDF from the 2012 TargetPro Supporting
Files DVD. Follow the instructions to launch the MapInfoProfessionalBingServicesUpdate.exe. For
questions regarding this update, contact PBS Technical Support at pbbi.support@pb.com or by phone
on 1 800 648 899 (toll free).
Segmentation
Because PSYTE US Segmentation data is discontinued with the 2012 TargetPro release, you will
receive a “Cluster System Not Licensed” message when using the Profile Manager Cluster System.
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Appendix: How to Manually Install TargetPro US 4.8 with 2012 Data
The old databases must be detached from Microsoft SQL Server and either
 Moved to a different location
or
 Deleted
Please Note: If you choose to save and move old databases to a different location on your
computer, the file sizes are:
 MIGS = 50MB
 MIGS_USERDATA = Size will depend on the amount of saved custom work.
SQL Server must have clean MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA databases before the new
installation of data begins or the install will terminate.
Custom Files
Custom work created in previous versions of TargetPro no longer function with the new
installation of MIGS.
Once the databases are removed, Server Software 2011 must be installed to create a clean MIGS
environment for the installation of TargetPro 2012.
Detaching files from Microsoft SQL Server
1) Login to Microsoft SQL Server management Studio
2) Expand the Databases folder by clicking the + sign (see screenshot below)
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3) Right-Click on MIGS_USERDATA
A. Click Tasks
B. Click Detach
C. Click OK on the bottom of the Detach Database screen that appears.
4) Right-Click on MIGS (See above screen shot for reference)
A. Click Tasks
B. Click Detach
C. Click OK
Renaming and Saving Old MIGS Databases or Deleting Old MIGS Databases
Saving Databases
If you choose to save the old databases on your computer, complete the following steps:
1) Navigate to the directory where SQL Devices are stored – usually c:\Program Files\Microsoft
SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data
2) Right click and rename the following files:
A. migs_data.mdf rename to 2011_migs_data.mdf
B. migs_log.ldf rename to 2011_migs_log.ldf
C. migs_userdata_data.mdf rename to 2011_ migs_userdata_data.mdf
D. migs_userdata_log.ldf rename to 2011_migs_userdata_log.ldf
3) Go to the MSSQL directory (back one directory) c:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL
Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL
4) Create a new directory 2011 MIGS Databases
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5.) Cut the renamed files from step 2 above and paste them in the 2011 MIGS Databases
directory
created in step 4.
Deleting Old MIGS Databases
If you choose to delete the old databases, complete the following steps:
1) Navigate to the directory where SQL Devices are stored – usually c:\Program Files\Microsoft
SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data
2) Right click one each of the files below and click delete.
A. migs_data.mdf
B. migs_log.ldf
C. migs_userdata_data.mdf
D. migs_userdata_log.ldf
Installing Server Software
After completing either removing or deleting MIGS databases in the above section, you must install the
2011 Server Software. Follow the instructions below.
1) Insert the 2011 TPUS Server Software disc into the CD/DVD drive.
2) Start installer
3) Installer will ask you to ‘Modify’, ‘Repair’, or ‘Remove’
4) Select Remove and follow prompts
5) Restart PC
6) Insert the 2011 TPUS Server Software disc for a second time into the CD/DVD drive to
reinstall Server Software 2011. This step lays down a clean MIGS database.
7) Follow prompts to install TPUS Server Software.
8) Once step 7 is complete, start the 2012 TargetPro installation by using the 2012 Supporting
Files CD to run the Server Data Installer.
Continue with installation instructions starting with Client Data Installation on page 29 in the
4.8.0 TargetPro Installation Guide on the PBS website:
http://www.pbinsight.com/support/product-documentation/details/targetpro
Using 2011 MIGS and Data with the Installation of 2012 TargetPro US.
If you wish to use your 2011 MIGS and 2011 Data with the 2012 install of TargetPro US, the
following bullet points are applicable:
 Both sets of databases and MIGS have to be saved.
 Both set of databases have to be present in your installation of TargetPro.
 Each data set has its own set of MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA files that must be in
SQL Server in order to retrieve the applicable data.
 2011 MIGS & 2011 MIGS_USERDATA; 2012 MIGS & 2012 MIGS_USERDATA must
be interchanged in SQL Server in order to run the data you desire. You cannot use
2012 data and 2011 data at the same time. Only one individual set of MIGS and
MIGS_USERDATA can be used in SQL Server at a time.
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How to install your 2011 databases into TargetPro 2012.
In your 2011 (existing) installation of TargetPro, you must remove all databases. You must first
change these databases from Read Only True to Read Only False. There are two ways this can be
done:
 Run a script in SQL
OR
 Manually change each database.
Script to run in SQL Server
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABI SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABRBS SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABS SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_B90 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary1 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary2 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary3 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_BS_NAICS SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_BS_SIC SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CB SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CORRESPONDENCE SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD1 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD2 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD3 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD4 SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_DI SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_FA SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_HU SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_HV SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_MRI_PSYTE_ADV SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_OE SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_PR SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_PSYTEADV SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_RHD SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_RSP SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_SM SET READ_WRITE
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_U SET READ_WRITE
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Manually change the databases
To manually change the databases:
1. Right click on the database
2. Click Properties
3. A Database Properties pop-up box will appear.
4. Click Options
5. Scroll down to State
6. Set Database Read-Only to False
7. Click OK (see screenshot below)
An additional pop-up screen will appear. Click Yes.
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After changing all the databases to Database Read-only False, you must detach all MIGS,
MIGS_USERDATA and databases. These files must be moved to another directory.
Example: create a folder C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases.
Detach Databases
After changing the databases to Read-Write, you must detach the databases from SQL Server.
Follow the instructions on page 4 Detaching files from Microsoft SQL Server. Below is a
screenshot of the 2011 files that need to be detached.
Saving 2011 Databases
Once the databases have been detached, complete the following steps:
1) Navigate to the directory where SQL Devices are stored – usually c:\Program Files\Microsoft
SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data
2) Highlight all the 2011 detached databases.
3) Right click and click Cut
4) Navigate to the directory where you will store the 2011 Data and Paste the files in the
directory. Example c:\Program files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases.
You will then continue the 2012 installation of TPUS starting with Installing 2011 Server Software.
Refer to the instructions on page 6 of this document.
Once TPUS 2012 is installed, you then need to add the 2011 databases back into SQL Server and
change them back to Read Only. You can do this by:
 Copying and pasting the 2011 databases into SQL Server and manually changing them
from Database Read-Only False to Database Read-Only True. ( see instructions on
page7)
OR
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Run the following script in SQL Server. NOTE: The path highlighted in yellow is path to
the 2011 databases. Update the path in each command so the script will reflect the
correct path to locate the 2011 databases.
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_ABI',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABI_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABI_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_ABRBS',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABRBS_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABRBS_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_ABS',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABS_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_ABS_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_B90',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_B90_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_B90_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_Boundary1',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary1_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary1_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_Boundary2',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary2_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary2_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_Boundary3',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary3_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_Boundary3_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_BS_NAICS',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_BS_NAICS_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_BS_NAICS_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_BS_SIC',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_BS_SIC_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_BS_SIC_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CB',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CB_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CB_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CORRESPONDENCE',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CORRESPONDENCE_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CORRESPONDENCE_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CPD1',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD1_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD1_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CPD2',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD2_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD2_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CPD3',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD3_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD3_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_CPD4',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD4_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_CPD4_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_DI',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_DI_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_DI_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_FA',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_FA_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_FA_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_HU',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_HU_Data.mdf',
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@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_HU_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_HV',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_HV_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_HV_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_MRI_PSYTE_ADV',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_MRI_PSYTE_ADV_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_MRI_PSYTE_ADV_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_OE',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_OE_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_OE_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_PR',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_PR_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_PR_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_PSYTEADV',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_PSYTEADV_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_PSYTEADV_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_RHD',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_RHD_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_RHD_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_RSP',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_RSP_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_RSP_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_SM',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_SM_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_SM_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIUS11_U',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_U_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIUS11_U_log.ldf';
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABI SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABRBS SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_ABS SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_B90 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary1 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary2 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_Boundary3 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_BS_NAICS SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_BS_SIC SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CB SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CORRESPONDENCE SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD1 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD2 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD3 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_CPD4 SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_DI SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_FA SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_HU SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_HV SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_MRI_PSYTE_ADV SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_OE SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_PR SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_PSYTEADV SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_RHD SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_RSP SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_SM SET READ_ONLY
ALTER DATABASE MIUS11_U SET READ_ONLY
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2011 and 2012 Databases will now be in SQL Server.
To use the 2011 databases, you must have the 2011 MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA in SQL Server.
To use 2012 databases, you must have the 2012 MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA in SQL Server. Both
sets of MIGS cannot exist in SQL Server at the same time.
You can manually add MIGS and MIGS_USERDATA into SQL Server or you can run the following
scripts. NOTE: Update the file path highlighted in yellow for each command.
To use 2011 Data run the following script:
-- DETACH 2012 MIGS
EXEC sp_detach_db 'MIGS', 'true';
EXEC sp_detach_db 'MIGS_USERDATA', 'true';
-- ATTACH 2011 MIGS
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIGS',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIGS_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIGS_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIGS_USERDATA',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIGS_USERDATA_DATA.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\MapInfo\2011 MIGS and Databases\MIGS_USERDATA_log.ldf';
To use 2012 Data, run the following script:
-- DETACH 2011 MIGS
EXEC sp_detach_db 'MIGS', 'true';
EXEC sp_detach_db 'MIGS_USERDATA', 'true';
-- ATTACH 2012 MIGS
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIGS',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\MIGS_Data.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\MIGS_log.ldf';
EXEC sp_attach_db @dbname = N'MIGS_USERDATA',
@filename1 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\MIGS_USERDATA_DATA.mdf',
@filename2 = N'C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data\MIGS_USERDATA_log.ldf';
Technical Support Contact Information
If you have any questions or comments, please contact PBS Technical Support by email at
pbbi.support@pb.com or by phone on 800 367 6950 (toll free).
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