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Posted Monday, February 19, 2007 7:47 PM
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One Big issue... It does not work with SQL 2005. I have the product and it was wonderful when I was using SQL 2000. But now I can not use it. It has been addresses to ReadGate and there answer is that they are currently not working on upgrading it. How long has SQL 2005 been out?

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Hmmm .. that's a shame I just used the eval to prove deferred updates and I was impressed with the product. Mind you I was only wanting to examine the t log, not interested in recovery or such.

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