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Compatibility between SQL 2014 and web server/application


Compatibility between SQL 2014 and web server/application

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Greetings.

We have web servers running IIS version 7.5.

The web application on those servers is using .NET version 4.5.1

The SQL Server that the web app uses is SQL Server version 2014 SP2 (no cumulative updates)

My question is this: is that combination of .NET, IIS, and SQL supported? In other words, do you have to be on a certain version of IIS or .NET (in the web app layer, not on the actual SQL Server) to be "supported" while running a SQL Server 2014 instance/databases?

Let me know if I need to provide more info. Thanks much!


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IIS and .Net have nothing to do with where data is stored. Given the drivers to access data you could build a web app that stores data in virtually any database.

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