ValidateAndBulkload.vbs(23, 3) Schema mapping: Schema: Cannot find the specified schema file 'SampleSchema.xml
i am getting the above error when i am executing the the script
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Where can I find the Base Schema version Id for a particular table in SSMS
I need to extract or get the schema from tables in my databse and what is the best way to do it. Is there any third party tool to do it??
Any idea will be appreciated..
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