SQL Server Developer Edition

SQL Server Developer Edition

Post by SmFtZXNfMT » Mon, 17 Oct 2005 04:13:03


I have experience with Access but am moving to SQL Server because of a client
with a large number of users. Currently, users run my intranet-based
training program that connects to an Access database via ASP pages. I test
this system on my desktop using IIS 5.1. I put the entire training system in
the wwwroot folder of IIS 5.1. The desktop runs Win XP Pro with Service Pack
2.

I have several questions:

1. I plan to obtain the Developer Edition of SQL Server, design the
database and place it in the training system. Then, can I test the training
system with the SQL Server database using IIS, as I currently test the
training system with the Access database?

2. I note that the only Developer Edition available on the Microsoft web
site is for SQL Server 2005. Suppose my client has SQL Server 2000. Can I
design a database in the SQL Server 2005 Developer Edition that will run on
SQL Server 2000?

3. Any thing else I should consider before obtaining the Developer Edition?

Thanks.

James
 
 
 

SQL Server Developer Edition

Post by kapil [MSF » Wed, 19 Oct 2005 13:33:26

James,
You may want to post this question in the
microsoft.public.inetserver.iis or one of the SQL server newsgroups listed
in http://www.yqcomputer.com/

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