June 2008 Blog Posts
Well, the new SQL Server 2008 build Release Candidate 0 (RC0) has been available for a bit now and I have had some time with the new build. The word "build" brings up a good point actually, before we go any further I want to review the last few SQL Server 2008 version numbers. You can retrieve your SQL Server 2008's database instance's version number using either @@Version or the serverproperty function, for more information see one of Euan's old posts here .The last few SQL Server 2008 versions are as follows:
November 2007 CTP: 10.0.1075.23
February 2008 CTP:...
posted @ Sunday, June 15, 2008 1:32 AM |
Fellow SQL Friends, a colleague of mine notified me today of SQL 2008 (June) RC0's availability at:
SQL Server 2008 RC0: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=35F53843-03F7-4ED5-8142-24A4C024CA05&displaylang=en
SQL Server 2008 RC0 Feature Pack: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=089A9DAD-E2DF-43E9-9CD8-C06320520B40&displaylang=en
posted @ Tuesday, June 10, 2008 11:58 AM |
With the impending arrival of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 come several new enhancements. These enhancements can be categorized as new capabilities, old constraints removed, and improvements in scalability. In the SQL Server community (including this blog) you can find numerous amounts of information on the new features found in SQL Server 2008…however you seldom see much on deprecated features. Deprecated features are abilities of the new release which are either being removed completely or are being replaced by a future build of the software product. Discontinued features on the other hand are software features removed in the new release of...
posted @ Friday, June 06, 2008 12:02 PM |