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Cannot be upgraded because its non-release version (600) is not supported by this version of SQL Ser
12 Dec, 2005
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Another error while trying to deploy Club Starter Kit: "Cannot be upgraded because its non-release version (600) is not supported by this version of SQL Server. You cannot open a database that is incompatible with this version of sqlservr.exe. You must re-create the database."
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Finally, I decided to learn from experts, instead of writing my own samples to learn. So, I downloaded the Club Web Site Starter Kit (
) and deployed in my home computer. Everything went though fine, except that when I launched the web site, an error message was thrown:
"cannot be upgraded because its non-release version (600) is not supported by this version of SQL Server. You cannot open a database that is incompatible with this version of sqlservr.exe. You must re-create the database."
It was funny! I know that there are thousands of people using Club Starter Kits. Finally, I used the one-click deploy feature of AspSpider.NET and deployed the Club Starter Kit in my AspSpider account. Then I detached and downloaded the club database to my local machine. That worked great!
What does that mean? Microsoft is shipping the Club Starter kit with non compatible version of the database? The database that is shipped with Club kit is compatible with a beta release of SQL Server 2005 Express.
I searched for the error message and found some tips here -
Tips from Ervin worked very cool. I just had to do the below steps to successfully deploy the club web site starter kit:
1. Create a new database called "Club" in my local SQL Server 2005 Express, using SQL Server Management Studio .
2. Download the scripts to create the club database schema and other objects(
3. Open the downloaded scripts in SQL Server Management Studio and run it against the club database.
4. Detach the database from SQL Server and move the clubsite.mdf to the App_Data folder of the ASP.NET web application.
5. Ensure all connection strings are correct and point to the correct file name (.mdf).
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