Validating data extracts
And Query Surge makes it really easy for both novice and experienced team members to validate their organization's data quickly through our Query Wizards while still allowing power users the ability to write custom code.All with Deep-Dive reporting, a Data Health dashboard, Test Management integration, Dev Ops compatibility and the ability to connect to any data source.To view detailed status, click the View details option.This page reports the success or failure of the export operation, showing the results of each action. A DAC or database can only be exported from a database in SQL Database, or SQL Server 2005 (9.x) Service Pack 4 (SP4) or later.You cannot export a database that has objects that are not supported in a DAC, or contained users.To cancel the export operation and exit the Wizard, click Cancel.
The export file can then be imported to another instance of the Database Engine, or to Azure SQL Database.
To continue, resolve blocking issues and then click Re-run Validation to ensure that validation is successful. Use this page to review the specified source and target settings for the operation.
To complete the export operation using the specified settings, click Finish.
For more information about the types of objects supported in a DAC, see DAC Support For SQL Server Objects and Versions.
Exporting a DAC requires at least ALTER ANY LOGIN and database scope VIEW DEFINITION permissions, as well as SELECT permissions on sys.sql_expression_dependencies.Since many companies are using Business Intelligence (BI) to make strategic decisions in the hope of gaining a competitive advantage in a tough business landscape, bad data will cause them to make decisions that will cost their firms millions of dollars.