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How many system endpoints are available in SQL Server 2005?


How many system endpoints are available in SQL Server 2005?

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Thank you for the question. I tossed my 5-sided coin and got the right answer, then read up on endpoints.

http://www.simple-talk.com/sql/database-administration/sql-server-endpoints-soup-to-nuts/ gives a good description of endpoints.
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Apparently trusted the wrong reference on MSDN:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms191220(SQL.90).aspx

as this gives a list of 6 automatically created endpoints...

Thanks for the question and for teaching me to doubt any of the Microsoft online resources any time. Whistling
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I had never heard of endpoints, but apparently my BOL reference was better than Michael's Smile I did get it correct.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sql_protocols/archive/2005/10/14/480842.aspx

Thanks for question - learned something new today.

Cindy
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I love questions that make me do a little reading to brush up on weak areas. Thanks.
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Nice question. No idea why this stuck in my head without review or research.



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Thanks Jason...! Actually, I was configuring a "Database Mirroring" once, so thought to post the question to the Group! Smile

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Thanks for the question, though I find it interesting that BOL has conflicting information.
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Thanks for the question ... I read up a little about endpoints from Microsoft's site and came across only the Dedicated Admin Endpoint that is created automatically. I selected 1 as the answer, and you can bet I was wrong!

I should have read till the end of the article before answering the question :-)
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I'll disagree and say 6:

Shared Memory
Named Pipes
TCP/IP
VIA
DAC
HTTP

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