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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: 2k5 FINALLY installed

    So where do I go from here/

    SSMS doesn't seem to have anything like QA?

    I spent the better part of today installing everything...read somewhere about using VS to write code for sprocs.

    What does everyone else do?
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    WHAT?

    SSMS doesn't save server registrations?
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    Is everything GUI now?

    I just attached AdventureWorks thorugh the GUI, very easy, but how the hell do realease stuff to production?

    I mean, man, I need my scripts
    Brett
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    I got it....New Query

    Man that's one busy interface

    Thank god [CTRL]+E still exists
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    SSMS should still keep your registered servers in a window named registered servers. I think it asked me if I wanted to import the SQL 2000 registered servers, since it noticed I had around 40 of them.

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    Yeah, I see it now....

    Is Northwind No more?

    Maybe I can dump and restore that
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    Northwind and pubs (sniff) are no more. They have been replaced by AdventureWorks and AdventureWorksDW. If you back up a Northwind database from any SQL 2000 server, you can restore it no problem on SQL 2005. You will see a few upgrade messages fly past at the end of the restoration, and the database will be left in 80 compatibility mode, but that can be fixed quickly enough.

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