Replicating Data with Mobile Clients - SQL Server 2012

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  • Basic question on replication.....

  • Nice & easy question, can be simply answered by just excluding the non-logic answers.

  • Easy one. Doesn't even matter which feature we're talking about as those two are the most restricted versions of SQL Server.

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  • Hany Helmy (12/17/2013)


    Nice & easy question, can be simply answered by just excluding the non-logic answers.

    ... or including the only possible!

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    +1

  • I've got to be honest, I guessed. I did some research and couldn't find anything that explicitly said which versions couldn't be used. I then thought, which two versions are the most limited, and chose them.


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  • Nice fundamental question

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  • Thanks for the great question.



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  • Koen Verbeeck (12/18/2013)


    Easy one. Doesn't even matter which feature we're talking about as those two are the most restricted versions of SQL Server.

    +1

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  • Trivial, indeed. Thanks, Ford!

  • Easy question, which I got wrong, as I seem to have missed the word "cannot" (in bold font) and the number "2". I prompted selected the three that CAN and clicked "submit".

    In fairness, I must report that we had a Christmas treat cook-off today. So, my brain is saturated with English Toffee and almond cookies. Is a sugar buzz equivalent to being intoxicated? πŸ™‚

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  • Thomas Abraham (12/18/2013)


    . . . Is a sugar buzz equivalent to being intoxicated? πŸ™‚

    No - you will not have a hangover. πŸ™‚

  • Revenant (12/18/2013)


    Thomas Abraham (12/18/2013)


    . . . Is a sugar buzz equivalent to being intoxicated? πŸ™‚

    No - you will not have a hangover. πŸ™‚

    Now had you claimed sleep deprivation then you might have a better case. As the symptoms there can be likened more to those of intoxication (at least as far as operating machinery and driving are concerned). I'm sure the toffee was worth the loss of points!

  • Interesting question.

    This is another place where MS documentation seems to be a bit crazy. The SQL 2012 documentation describing the editions of SQL Server 2012 (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms144275.aspx]/url), the capacity limits of the various editions (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143760.aspx), the features available in the various editions (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645993.aspx) all talk about a Web edition and make no mention of SQL Server Compact (so that anyone who read that documentation would expect the answer to this QotD to be web Edition and Enterprise edition while the page referenced by the explanation talks about SQL Server Compact and makes no mention of SQL Server Web edition.

    So are there three editions that can't act as replication publisher, or just two one of which goes by different names in different MS documentation.

    Tom

  • Good question. πŸ™‚

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