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  • Lee Nadelman

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    The question says the company uses SQL 2012 for their on site databases. It doesn't say it uses SQL 2012 exclusively for its on site database. Therefore it could use other version of SQL for their on site databases. I think connection to a SQL 2000 database is quite possible.

  • Hany Helmy

    SSChampion

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    free_mascot (6/17/2014)


    Missed today as I went back to my old days SQL 2000 ๐Ÿ™‚

    What would be the error message in SQL 2000? If error message is same points should be awarded to this answer too.

    Thank you Andy for interesting QOD.

    Same here! with 33% of the answers went for SQL 2000.

  • Hany Helmy

    SSChampion

    Points: 13488

    free_mascot (6/17/2014)


    Missed today as I went back to my old days SQL 2000 ๐Ÿ™‚

    What would be the error message in SQL 2000? If error message is same points should be awarded to this answer too.

    Thank you Andy for interesting QOD.

    Same here! with 33% of the answers went for SQL 2000.

  • Sean Pearce

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  • Neil Burton

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    Sean Pearce (6/19/2014)


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    Do you mind if I borrow that?


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  • SQLRNNR

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    Sean Pearce (6/19/2014)


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  • Sean Pearce

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    BWFC (6/19/2014)


    Sean Pearce (6/19/2014)


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    Do you mind if I borrow that?

    I got it from the Interwebs, I have no copyright.

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  • Andy Warren

    SSC Guru

    Points: 119694

    Thanks all for trying the question. I'll work on my wording (I always try to!) more. It's crazy hard to get it done in a way that is fun, challenging, but not annoying!

  • Hugo Kornelis

    SSC Guru

    Points: 64685

    Andy Warren (6/20/2014)


    Thanks all for trying the question. I'll work on my wording (I always try to!) more. It's crazy hard to get it done in a way that is fun, challenging, but not annoying!

    Coming late to the party, I know - but in this case, I don't think there is anything wrong with the wording.

    After a first quick read I was left with two answers: SQL 2000 or Azure. I then re-read the question. It states clearly that all onsite DBs are SQL2012, so that rules out the SQL2000 answer. It does not in any way imply that there are no off-site databases. So Azure was clearly the correct answer.

    All those who think the question somehow implies that all databases are on-site should reread the question.


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  • SQL_Hunt

    SSC-Dedicated

    Points: 33450

    Wrong answer choices.....may be in a single situation it can be in clouid, otherwise, in actual it's wrong!!

    Option : 1 seems to be right

    Thanks.

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