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Can you dual-license your own code, e.g. release a library as strict GPL (not LGPL), but then use that library in your own proprietary program?

If you are the only relevant copyright holder then yes you can use your code for both a GPL release and as part of your proprietary project. However, if anyone else contributes to your GPL release and ...
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Is database migration script covered by GPL?

The approach you describe in your question very much looks like the 'freemium' business case. You get something for free, but if you want to use all features (in your case: migration of data from one ...
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Is database migration script covered by GPL?

That's fine. You receive the binary and the code under GPL. So you have the source code for the software you use and are allowed to make whatever modifications you desire. The license does not make ...
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