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  • I needed a question like this today. Thanks.:-)

  • SQLkiwi (8/31/2011)


    Mattrick (8/31/2011)


    Typically, you will never see a feature in a "lesser" version of SQL Server that is not also in a "greater" version of SQL Server.

    Agreed, but I had to look for a counter-example...the Express editions are the only ones that supports user instances :smooooth:

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

    And Datacenter doesn't have standard edition for StreamInsight :w00t:

    (but I guess premium edition is a superset of standard edition :-D)

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  • SQLkiwi (8/31/2011)

    Agreed, but I had to look for a counter-example...the Express editions are the only ones that supports user instances :smooooth:

    I knew there was something out there that would invalidate my statement, but I went for it anyway. :hehe:

  • SQLkiwi (8/31/2011)


    Mattrick (8/31/2011)


    Typically, you will never see a feature in a "lesser" version of SQL Server that is not also in a "greater" version of SQL Server.

    Agreed, but I had to look for a counter-example...the Express editions are the only ones that supports user instances :smooooth:

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

    But perhaps there is no counter-example which is supported by more than 1 edition?

    Tom

  • nice easy question after a crappy commute and horrible coffee... :pinch:

    Here's to a better day from here - Cheers! 🙂

  • These type of questions are easier to answer as Enterprise edition (and his dad) has all the features!

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