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SQL SERVER 2005 - problem with Import Wizard

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 06, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

I am importing some tables from a MS Access to SQL server 2005 and I am using the import wizard but I am not seeing the data mapping tool, I need to have the ability to delete the data from the destination server and allow the identity.  I had done many times in the past, but I just got a new computer and I installed the SQL server 2005 workstation in it.  Is a setting that I need to change? that will allow me to have the data mapping.

Thanks a lot


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