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Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:37 PM


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Too easy thanks Steve

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Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014 11:59 PM


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+1 -this feature is difficult to miss
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Easy one thanks.



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Hadn't got this far yet, so learned something new, thanks, Steve

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Thank you for the post, SJ.

(I have installed the SQL 2014 help files yesterday night locally and I had to depend on it literally to answer this question, I read the page on BPE and I was like 2014 has some really cool features and hoping one day, I mean before SQL 2020 will be released, then we, Indians, possibly will think of installing and use it OR I can buy the developer edition and learn/improve on my own...)


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+1 -this feature is difficult to miss

+1 This is one of the main features I was looking forward to.




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Easy (after I looked it up).

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Wow, as I looked through the possible answers, the correct one was the one I thought was certainly wrong. I always associate buffer pool with RAM, so I wouldn't have thought extending it to physical storage would make sense. Good thing I decided to look it up before answering


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Posted Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:08 AM
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I remembered hearing about this at PASS 2013, and remembered correctly!
Some interesting wrong choices, though!
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