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Introduction to SQL Server Everywhere

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SQL Server 2005 has grown to include more versions of the platform than ever before. One of the newest is SQL Server Everywhere, now known as SQL Server Compact Edition. Jacob Sebastian brings us a great introduction for you to understand how this version disappears from the others and where it can be used.

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A First Look at Express Manager

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Microsoft describes its new, free SQL Server 2005 Express Manager (XM) as a "lightweight" database management tool built on top of the .NET Framework 2.0. Better yet, not only can you use XM to manage SQL Server 2005 Developer and Express Edition databases on local and remote computers, you can also use it with SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE 2000) databases. In this article, Rick Dobson shows you what XM offers DBAs.


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