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Indicateur de trace: 8017 reported while upgrading from SSEE2005 to SSEE2008 by Stéphane Beauchemin


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Type: Bug
ID: 407692
Opened: 1/29/2009 6:55:50 AM
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Hi,

As recommended by one of your MVP, I'm logging this bug report following an unsuccessful update trial I did from SSEE2005 SP2 with advanced services to SSEE2008 with Advanced Services. BTW the setup is on a HP laptop DV6265ca with VISTA Ultimate 32 bits SP1.

I downloaded, installed and ran the Upgrade Advisor and got following message:

ð Changes to behaviour of trace flags

                             Objets affectés:

Emplacement: Démarrage/Activé

Indicateur de trace: 8017


Also, as solution to this issue, they recommended the following :

ð “We recommend that you disable all trace flags before you upgrade to SQL Server 2008.”


As, while installing SSEE2005, I didn't change anything from original setup, I would conclude that the initialization of this flag was maybe part of the original setup.

Now since that time, yesterday precisely, I tried to upgrade my SSEE2005 SP2 setup to SSEE2005 SP3 but the upgrade didn't complete successfully leaving me with no choice but to uninstall SSEE2005 entirely.

I'm leaving you with all log files I could find hoping it can bring something.


Thanks in advance.



Stéphane
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Posted by Microsoft on 2/13/2009 at 9:45 AM
I've closed this bug - I hope the last advice I sent you was helpful. Including that message below. If you are still having issues please reactivate this bug with more information.

Last message:

Your logs indicate two problems

1. you are not running as administrator. Our install will not work unless you run as a full admin (i.e. you need to elevate when Vista asks for elevation)

2. It says you already have SQL Server Management Studio Express installed. You can not install it again. So you need to unselect that feature.

Please let me know if you have more questions.

Thanks,

Amy Lewis
Posted by Microsoft on 2/4/2009 at 12:49 PM
Your logs indicate two problems

1. you are not running as administrator. Our install will not work unless you run as a full admin (i.e. you need to elevate when Vista asks for elevation)

2. It says you already have SQL Server Management Studio Express installed. You can not install it again. So you need to unselect that feature.

Please let me know if you have more questions.

Thanks,

Amy Lewis
Posted by Microsoft on 1/29/2009 at 4:27 PM
We will look into this and get back to you.

Thanks,

Amy Lewis
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File Name Submitted By Submitted On File Size  
log files 2009-01-28.zip (restricted) 1/29/2009 -
hotfix_logfiles.zip (restricted) 1/29/2009 -