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Partitioning in SQL Server 2008 R2


Partitioning in SQL Server 2008 R2

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I want to use partitioning in my company.It has clients with different edition of SQL server 2008 R2 using. We maintain single code.If I want to partition the database how can i maintain with different edition of database.ie., first one using standard edition of SQL server 2008 r2 another one express edition?
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I'm sorry, but I don't really understand what you are trying to accomplish. Can you please try to break it down again and explain it a bit better?

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I'm not sure if you mean table partitioning, or if you're talking about clustering, mirroring or replication. But SQLExpress does not support any of these functions, so if you need to do them, you'll have to purchase another licesnse for SQL 2008 R2 Standard Edition.
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What is your goal for partitioning?

If you're talking about table partitioning (partition functions, partition schemes, etc), that's Enterprise only, any database with partitioning will fail to restore to another edition and any scripts referencing the partitioning features will fail on any version other than Enterprise.

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Table partitioning is my goal.I have to maintain the Stored Procedures run on both editions of SQL server.If the code run on standard edition it use normal flow.If it run on Enterprise edition it use partitioning scheme & functions how will it be arrived.
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What is the goal for the partitioning? What are you expecting to achieve?

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