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When I check the version of SQL server in Enterprise Manager

It is showing Product version: 8.00.2039(SP4)

When I check the version of SQL server in Query analyzer (@@version)

It is showing Microsoft SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.2039 (Build 3790: Service Pack 2)

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It is SP4 according to the version database so, the question has to be are you pointing to the correct instance in Query Analyzer?

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Yes, We have one instance.
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Tell us what you are doing in each case to check the version.

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we recently applied sp4. It has to show the same version in QA and EM.
I want to know that, will it create any problem in future?
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I wrote about this some time ago for SQL 2000. Basically the file extended properties and the version in master could conceivably be different. I'd check both and that might tell you where each tool reads the value from. Might not be the same place.

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bmr270 (9/18/2008)
When I check the version of SQL server in Enterprise Manager

It is showing Product version: 8.00.2039(SP4)

When I check the version of SQL server in Query analyzer (@@version)

It is showing Microsoft SQL Server 2000 - 8.00.2039 (Build 3790: Service Pack 2)

Thanks,
Bmr


If I am not mistaken - the versions are the same. SQL Server version 8.00.2039 for both QA and EM.

The build information is for the OS - Windows NT 5.2 Service Pack 2.

You can also run the following:

Select serverproperty('ProductVersion')
,serverproperty('ProductLevel');

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Yes that is windows service pack 2

Thanks to all for your reply
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