Do I Need The FULL SQL Server 7.0? 
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 Do I Need The FULL SQL Server 7.0?

I have been given the task of learning SQL Server 7.0 in order to
convert a system currently written in Access 8.0 using an Access Jet
database.

Access 2000 introduces MSDE, which is supposedly the core SQL Server
7.0 engine.

I get the feeling that the tools to make the job of converting to SQL
Server or of building from scratch, as well as testing, debugging, etc
will only be found with the full version of SQL Server 7.0.

So my question is...

In order to convert my system, debug and test it etc, do I need a full
version of SQL Server 7.0, or will the tools and cut down version of
SQL Server 7.0/MSDE provided in Access 2000 be sufficient for the job?

Any advice or thoughts on this would be very much appreciated.

--
Iain Simpson       | "I'm watching two places at the

                                           - Murray Walker



Tue, 23 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT
 
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