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Got incorrect.

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What the **** was Microsoft thinking here... ah thats right they wherent thinking as usual... sigh.

Great question though, definatly worth knowing.

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Hrmmm... in this case whats an optimist. One that thinks it will work or one that thinks it will fail at once... or both?

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Hrmmm... in this case whats an optimist. One that thinks it will work or one that thinks it will fail at once... or both?

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Hrmmm... in this case whats an optimist. One that thinks it will work or one that thinks it will fail at once... or both?

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That i like

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Hrmmm... in this case whats an optimist. One that thinks it will work or one that thinks it will fail at once... or both?

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A pessimist is an optimist with experience

Anyway, nice question. Good to know.




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It would depend on if the database backed up contains Enterprise features or not. If not the backup should restore with no problems. The question doesn't say that there are such features used in the database.
The books online page http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb964719.aspx indicates that every edition of sql server 2008 can restore a compressed backup, though only 2008 Enterprise or 2008R2 Standard and higher can create the compressed backup



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jadsmith (5/6/2011)
It would depend on if the database backed up contains Enterprise features or not. If not the backup should restore with no problems. The question doesn't say that there are such features used in the database.
The books online page http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb964719.aspx indicates that every edition of sql server 2008 can restore a compressed backup, though only 2008 Enterprise or 2008R2 Standard and higher can create the compressed backup


"I have a backup taken from a SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Edition database that uses data compression". Doesnt say backup compression. But i can see where one could interpret this both ways.

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