Client tools in Workgroup edition? - 04-18-2005 , 02:35 PM
A company I do some consulting for, might need to use SQL server 2000
with a third-party product. They meet all the limits to use Workgroup
edition instead of Standard edition (1 user, 1 processor on the server,
far less than 3 GB memory on the server, etc.).
I can't find any information on exactly what other limits the Workgroup
Edition might have. I'm looking at page
a Microsoft representative told me reflects the features of SQL server
2000, even though it is labeled "SQL Server 2005".
Does SQL server 2000 Workgroup edition come with Enterprise Manager, SQL
Query Analyzer, and the rest of the client tools? Where is all this
documented? The MS rep on the phone didn't know the answers.
Re: Client tools in Workgroup edition? - 04-18-2005 , 03:33 PM
All of the management features that make SQL Server easy to support and
simple to manage are included in Workgroup Edition.
Workgroup Edition includes key features that allow you to easily manage and
organize your data:
a.. Enterprise Manager
b.. Full-Text Search
d.. Replication (snapshot, transactional, and merge)
e.. Stored procedure development and debugging tools
Have a deeper look here:
HTH, Jens Suessmeyer.
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Re: Client tools in Workgroup edition? - 04-18-2005 , 04:55 PM
Workgroup Edition has all the same tools as Standard Edition.
It is only MSDE that ships with no client GUI tools.
Mike Epprecht, Microsoft SQL Server MVP
IM: mike (AT) epprecht (DOT) net
MVP Program: http://www.microsoft.com/mvp
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Re: Client tools in Workgroup edition? - 04-18-2005 , 05:05 PM
Thanks, Jens. I hadn't found that link yet, and it's very helpful.
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