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SQL 2000 to SQL 2005


SQL 2000 to SQL 2005

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We will be converting from SQL2000 to SQL2005, are there any 'DOs', 'Don'ts', or 'Gotcha'. Also, do we need any extra tool(s) for SQL2005 to view jobs/views/SP, etc.?
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By default Management Studio will be installed as part of SQL 2005 installation. SSMS is a one tool which can be used to perform all sql server related activities like administration,querying. In simple words the SSMS performs both the operation of EM & QA which was in SQL 2000.

For Migration from 2000 to 2005, follow the conventioinal and adviced method given by microsoft.
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Thanks for the information. Is there a cheat sheet or some guide (or a cross reference) which can help us with 2005. For example, In SQL 2000, to create/update jobs, you go to 'Management/SQL Server Agent/Jobs' and how to do same in SQL2005? Or is it very intuitive??
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MSDN, which i believe the best and got all the information for both GUI and T-SQL. There are some other stuffs also available over WEB.
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