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SQL Version on Production Server


SQL Version on Production Server

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What version of SQL are you running on your production server

8.57% - 3 votes SQL Server 2012
8.57% 3 votes
14.29% - 5 votes SQL Server 2008R2 SP2
14.29% 5 votes
14.29% - 5 votes SQL Server 2008R2 SP1
14.29% 5 votes
2.86% - 1 vote SQL Server 2008R2
2.86% 1 vote
5.71% - 2 votes SQL Server 2008 SP3
5.71% 2 votes
2.86% - 1 vote SQL Server 2008 SP2
2.86% 1 vote
5.71% - 2 votes SQL Server 2008 SP1
5.71% 2 votes
2.86% - 1 vote SQL Server 2008
2.86% 1 vote
11.43% - 4 votes SQL Server 2005 SP4
11.43% 4 votes
8.57% - 3 votes SQL Server 2005 SP3
8.57% 3 votes
5.71% - 2 votes SQL Server 2005 SP2
5.71% 2 votes
2.86% - 1 vote SQL Server 2005 SP1
2.86% 1 vote
2.86% - 1 vote SQL Server 2005
2.86% 1 vote
11.43% - 4 votes SQL Server 2000
11.43% 4 votes
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SteveEClarke
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Out of curiosity - what it the version of SQL that is being used in the real world ?

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GilaMonster
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Take a look at these
http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/more-businesses-than-you-think-are-on-the-cutting-edge/
http://www.sqlskills.com/blogs/paul/more-businesses-than-you-think-are-still-using-sql-server-2000/


Gail Shaw
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SteveEClarke
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Hi Gail,

Ahhhh interesting ...

looks like its already done a few times ... interesting reading.

Thanks

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Steve
SQL 2008 DBA/DBD - MCTS/MCITP

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