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The question has been edited to remove the 2005 choice. It does ask which version of 2008, so that's not a valid answer, but in hindsight that's a little tricky.

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I would have to agree that the question could have been worded better. But I think it still encouraged people to think a little about replication, how it works, what options are available, and most importantly, which editions of SQL Server each type of replication is available in.
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Steve Jones - Editor (5/12/2010)
The question has been edited to remove the 2005 choice. It does ask which version of 2008, so that's not a valid answer, but in hindsight that's a little tricky.


I think the tricky part of the question is that two editions of SQL 2008 support this feature. The source for the answer is reliant on one statement in an msdn article that contradicts itself further down in the article.



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sknox (5/12/2010)The question was good, but had a minor flaw in presentation. Because it was single-choice, and the two relevant choices were Standard and Enterprise edition, all that was required to get a correct answer was the knowledge that Enterprise edition has all of the features of Standard edition and more. Therefore if Standard edition were a correct answer, then Enterprise edition would have to be as well. And if Standard edition were not correct, Enterprise is the only other option. So Enterprise edition has to be a correct answer.


This is actually what I was thinking, that Enterprise had to support it, so there was really no choice.
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All good stuff is in Enterprise...
This is better link to answer the question (I think):

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645993.aspx

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Folks,

I guessed it very easily..

P2P replication is a newer arrival to SQL Server 2008 and certainly can't be available with SQL 2008 Standard Edtn. But Option -(3) doesn't look to be good.

Keep posting more interesting queries, dude.

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