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    Unanswered: Latest version of MSDE

    What is the latest version of MSDE (and SQL Server)
    that I can install for a client that uses Windows XP ?


    SQL Server 2000 SP3 ?

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    Re: Latest version of MSDE

    Originally posted by Karolyn
    What is the latest version of MSDE (and SQL Server)
    that I can install for a client that uses Windows XP ?


    SQL Server 2000 SP3 ?
    http://www.microsoft.com/sql/msde/do...s/download.asp
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    Re: Latest version of MSDE

    you're early today !
    happy new year !

    Is there some significant performance increase
    between SQL Server 7 and SQL Server 2K ?
    'Cause I've done all my tests on SQL Server 7 and MSDE 7
    and I was'nt impressed by the performances
    (that we're comparable with thoses I had with Sybase)

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    Re: Latest version of MSDE

    Originally posted by Karolyn
    Is there some significant performance increase
    between SQL Server 7 and SQL Server 2K ?

    Cant comment much on that !! have not worked much on SQL Server 7.0
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    Performance increases - New datatype(table), views (ability to index and partition), index enhancements such as ability to index a computed column and index creation, how text/ntext/image are stored ...

    Read this article:

    link

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    You left out UDFs?
    Brett
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    That was referencing performance increases - udfs offer reusability,maintainability and extensibility ... Anyway, all the benefits of sql server 2000 are included in the link.

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    Also ... don't mention udfs for a while after the permissions bug :-)

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    Wink

    yeah, brett, you almost started it again

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    Originally posted by rnealejr
    Also ... don't mention udfs for a while after the permissions bug :-)

    hey !!! what was that ????
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    well, rdjabarov and blindman got at it again when an m$ bug was being discussed. apparently neither one of them can hold their waters :-)

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    ???? ????
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    hey, it's simple:

    one is a man, and another...is also a man...does it make sense???? :-)

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    I mean ... can you point me to the battleground ... i would like to see the war for myself
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