TF400744 in RestoreOriginalRecoveryModel.sql while upgrading TFS

Hi While performing TFS upgrade from 2012 update 3 to 2012 update 4, got this error: TF400744: An error occurred while executing the following script: RestoreOriginalRecoveryModel.sql. Failed batch starts on the line 1. Statement line: 1. Script line: 1. Error: 5069 ALTER DATABASE statement failed. SQL version: 2012 SP1. The error occurred while upgrading the...

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Dan Morgenstern
Senior Consultant
Dan Morgenstern,
Senior Consultant
Dan Morgenstern is an ALM Architect at SELA . Dan has over 25 years of development experience in various technologies, and has developed many WIN and ASP.net applications. Dan is specializing in the Application Lifecycle Management process through VS ALM, and in configuration management of databases using VS ALM. Dan has been conducting lectures, providing solutions for development architecture, developing , guiding development teams and helping in troubleshooting through the development process.
Dan has assisted in preparing demos for Microsoft Tech-Ed 2008, and had lectures in Microsoft Tech-Ed 2010 and in Microsoft ALM User Group.
TF400744 in RestoreOriginalRecoveryModel.sql while upgrading TFS
Dan Morgenstern
Senior Consultant
Hi While performing TFS upgrade from 2012 update 3 to 2012 update 4, got this error: TF400744: An error occurred while executing the following script: RestoreOriginalRecoveryModel.sql. Failed batch starts on the line 1. Statement line: 1. Script line: 1. Error: 5069 ALTER DATABASE statement failed. SQL version: 2012 SP1. The error occurred while upgrading the […]