Azure DWH part 10: WPF and Azure SQL Data Warehouse

  • Daniel Calbimonte

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  • Rod at work

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    I know that SQL 2017 was announced, but I didn't know that it was available. Is that true or is it in pre-release? And if it's available for download (the SQL Server 2017 Developer Edition is what I'm referring to), where do I get it?

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  • Gail Shaw

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    Rod at work - Monday, July 10, 2017 8:26 AM

    I know that SQL 2017 was announced, but I didn't know that it was available. Is that true or is it in pre-release? And if it's available for download (the SQL Server 2017 Developer Edition is what I'm referring to), where do I get it?

    It's in CTP at the moment, technical preview. A google search for 'sql 2017 download' should get you the relevant MS download page , I don't have the link onhand.

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  • Rod at work

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    Thanks. I'll wait for SQL 2017 to come out of CTP.

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  • Daniel Calbimonte

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    Note that the SSMS 2017 is separated from the SQL Server installer. You can download the SSMS from here. As far as I understand it is not in previous version as the SQL Server Installer:
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/ssms/download-sql-server-management-studio-ssms

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