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What Edition of SQL 2005 does your organization use for production databases?
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Enterprise Edition
 
34.78%
8
Standard Edition
 
30.43%
7
Workgroup Edition
 
4.35%
1
Mixture of Editions
 
30.43%
7
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Posted Tuesday, May 27, 2008 10:36 AM
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What Edition of SQL 2005 does your organization use for production databases?

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Primarily Enterprise here - we use active / passive clustering on most of the servers.
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