What will be the next planned version of SQL Server after SQL Server 2008 / SQL Server 2008 R2.
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In this new column, Brian Randell begins his long look at how to extend and enhance Visual Studio Team System.
Brian A. Randell
MSDN Magazine January 2007
Handheld device users need to be able to synchronize with a main data store when it's convenient and, preferably, when the back-end database server isn't busy. SQL Server 2000 Windows CE Edition allows you to build a traveling data store that can be displayed and run on a variety of devices. SQL Server CE supports a subset of the full SQL Server package, and can be used as a standalone server or in tandem with SWL Server and IIS. The architecture of SQL Server CE, along with data manipulation, synchronization, and connectivity issues, are discussed in this article. Topics such as making your data public, choosing the right type of replication, and handling errors are also covered.
Paul Yao and David Durant
MSDN Magazine June 2001
I have a very simple question but I am not sure in answer. I have to install Sharepoint server 2010 enterprise edition and I put it in farm with sql server 2008 enterprise edition.
My question is which edition of SQL server 2008 are compatibile for Sharepoint 2010 enteprise edition. If I choose SQL server 2008 Standard edition is there any limitation about services and features in Sharepoint. (currently we use performance point services
Thanks in advance.
I have a strange issue regarding SQL Server SMO Transfer. I am using the Transfer class to create a copy of a database. I will explain the different cases I have tried so far and maybe someone can help me figure out what's going on.
I run my C# code from an assembly that references version 184.108.40.206 of SMO assemblies that are in my GAC
If I target a database hosted on a Sql Server 2005 database engine, it works perfectly and fast.
But of course, as soon as I try to target a Sql Server 2008 database engine, it complains that it is not compatible. No surprise there.
I run the exact same C# code from an assembly that references version 10.0.0.0 of SMO assemblies that are also present in my GAC
If I target a database hosted on a Sql Server 2008 database engine, it works perfectly and fast.
However, if I try to target the sam
SQL version details:Microsoft SQL Server 2005 - 9.00.3050.00 (Intel X86) Standard Edition on Windows NT 5.2 (Build 3790: Service Pack 2) on a clustered server.
Are there any issues using:
JDBC driver: Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 3.0.
JBOSS: JBoss 4.2.3 with JDK 6 ?