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Hi Steve,

Can I offer one more learning suggestion? Microsoft E-Learning features a set of upgrade courses targetted specifically at people who are already familiar with SQL Server 2000 but need (or want) to move to SQL Server 2005. Best of all, they are free (until november 30, 2006).

There are three courses on administration (2936, 2937, 2938), three on development (2939, 2940, 2941), and three on business intelligence (2942, 2943, 2944).

Available from Microsoft E-Learning at https://www.microsoftelearning.com/sqlserver2005/ (scroll down to get to the free upgrade courses).




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Steve,

The links to the MS site seem to be out of date. All the ones I have tried redirected to an MSDN homepage.
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The links to 'An Overview of SQL Server 2005 for the Database Developer' and 'SQL Server 2005: The CLR Enters the Relational Stage' are broken. I found these aritcles on msdn though, for anyone who's interested:

An Overview of SQL Server 2005 for the Database Developer
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnsql90/html/sql_ovyukondev.asp

Using CLR Integration in SQL Server 2005
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnsql90/html/sqlclrguidance.asp
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I found the short videos from http://www.jumpstarttv.com/ are helpful. 

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hi, for anyone using the express editions i'm looking for the enterprise manager replacement. i'm still a newbie so wizards are what i use at the moment. and at the moment i can't seem to figure out how to import excel data without the import wizard that was there in enterprise manager.
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