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Copy Data From one table to another

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hi All, I have a XYZ Database (50 Tables init and lots of data ) on 01 Server and I need to create a XYZ_MOCK Database on same Server 01 with 20 tables of XYZ Similarly with the exact data of XYZ Database.... SO I DID Create XYZ_MOCK database AND 20 TABLES Now there are 20 tables with lots of lots of Records in XYZ ...... All i want is now I need to move all the records from XYZ DB to XYZ_MOCK. DB (20 Selected Tables).. for ex: From Server01-XYZ Database -table abc (20columns and 10,000rows) TO Server01 - XYZ_MOCK Database table abc(20 columns and 10,000rows).... How can i Insert all records for 20 tables so that my Selected tables in Xyz and XYZ_MOCK lokks same Thanks

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