What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version 
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 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
Hi,

Is there a difference between the MSDN version and the individually bought
versions of SQL server? Is there any licence or connection restrictions in
the MSDN version?

Also how does the licence mechanism work? Is it per caller or is it per
client machine?

Thanx in advance.

Regards,
Brijesh



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 05:34:37 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version

brijesh,

best place for licensing info is here...but typically msdn version is meant
for development.

http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy/default.asp

--
-oj
http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com


Quote:
> Hi,

> Is there a difference between the MSDN version and the individually bought
> versions of SQL server? Is there any licence or connection restrictions in
> the MSDN version?

> Also how does the licence mechanism work? Is it per caller or is it per
> client machine?

> Thanx in advance.

> Regards,
> Brijesh



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 05:42:50 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
This is my problem.

I have a web application where a Visual basic component is called from an
ASP page. This component accesses the database for some select and insert
operations using Stored procedures. Also I have application servers that are
constantly polling the database. Now under stress using the MS web stress
tool, with the MSDN version of SQL Server, I get many "Access Denied" and
"TimeOut" errors. These errors do not occur with a trial version of SQL
Server downloaded from the MS site.

The only reason I could think for this is maybe there is restriction of
number of simultaneous calls to the database.

Thanx.

Brijesh


Quote:
> brijesh,

> best place for licensing info is here...but typically msdn version is
meant
> for development.

> http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy/default.asp

> --
> -oj
> http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com



> > Hi,

> > Is there a difference between the MSDN version and the individually
bought
> > versions of SQL server? Is there any licence or connection restrictions
in
> > the MSDN version?

> > Also how does the licence mechanism work? Is it per caller or is it per
> > client machine?

> > Thanx in advance.

> > Regards,
> > Brijesh



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 05:54:13 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
brijesh, the last i check, msdn is limited to 10 concurrent...

--
-oj
http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com


Quote:
> This is my problem.

> I have a web application where a Visual basic component is called from an
> ASP page. This component accesses the database for some select and insert
> operations using Stored procedures. Also I have application servers that
are
> constantly polling the database. Now under stress using the MS web stress
> tool, with the MSDN version of SQL Server, I get many "Access Denied" and
> "TimeOut" errors. These errors do not occur with a trial version of SQL
> Server downloaded from the MS site.

> The only reason I could think for this is maybe there is restriction of
> number of simultaneous calls to the database.

> Thanx.

> Brijesh



> > brijesh,

> > best place for licensing info is here...but typically msdn version is
> meant
> > for development.

> > http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy/default.asp

> > --
> > -oj
> > http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com



> > > Hi,

> > > Is there a difference between the MSDN version and the individually
> bought
> > > versions of SQL server? Is there any licence or connection
restrictions
> in
> > > the MSDN version?

> > > Also how does the licence mechanism work? Is it per caller or is it
per
> > > client machine?

> > > Thanx in advance.

> > > Regards,
> > > Brijesh



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 06:43:58 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
Microsoft support guys say there is no difference. Is there a place where I
can verify this?


Quote:
> brijesh, the last i check, msdn is limited to 10 concurrent...

> --
> -oj
> http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com



> > This is my problem.

> > I have a web application where a Visual basic component is called from
an
> > ASP page. This component accesses the database for some select and
insert
> > operations using Stored procedures. Also I have application servers that
> are
> > constantly polling the database. Now under stress using the MS web
stress
> > tool, with the MSDN version of SQL Server, I get many "Access Denied"
and
> > "TimeOut" errors. These errors do not occur with a trial version of SQL
> > Server downloaded from the MS site.

> > The only reason I could think for this is maybe there is restriction of
> > number of simultaneous calls to the database.

> > Thanx.

> > Brijesh



> > > brijesh,

> > > best place for licensing info is here...but typically msdn version is
> > meant
> > > for development.

> > > http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy/default.asp

> > > --
> > > -oj
> > > http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com



> > > > Hi,

> > > > Is there a difference between the MSDN version and the individually
> > bought
> > > > versions of SQL server? Is there any licence or connection
> restrictions
> > in
> > > > the MSDN version?

> > > > Also how does the licence mechanism work? Is it per caller or is it
> per
> > > > client machine?

> > > > Thanx in advance.

> > > > Regards,
> > > > Brijesh



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 06:50:42 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
it was part of doc i read somewhere in the msdn package. i'm unable to
verify the info right now. however, if you check with msdn support
personnel, they should give you the correct info, at least on msdn stuff.

--
-oj
http://rac4sql.home.attbi.com


Quote:
> Microsoft support guys say there is no difference. Is there a place where
I
> can verify this?



Sun, 22 Aug 2004 06:58:18 GMT
 What is the difference between MSDN version and enterprise SQL Server version
Hi Brijesh,
<<<<<<<<<<
 Microsoft support guys say there is no difference. Is there a place where I
 can verify this?
<<<<<<<<<<
The only difference has to do with licensing.   With the MSDN edition, you
are not limited to users, however, this is only meant to be used in
development.   You are not allowed to use it within a production
environment.   For more information on this, you will want to take a look
at the following web site:

http://www.microsoft.com/sql/howtobuy/development.asp

I hope this helps.

Sincerely,

Charles Allard
Microsoft SQL Support

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