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  • Ed Wagner (3/20/2015)


    A simple one to end the week. Thanks.

    +1

  • Ed Wagner (3/20/2015)


    A simple one to end the week. Thanks.

    I was disappointed in that it wasn't a trick.

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  • Eazzzzy, I think this is the fastest question I ever answered in QotD 😀

  • RK Mandava (3/20/2015)


    Ed Wagner (3/20/2015)


    A simple one to end the week. Thanks.

    +1

  • Easy one, thanks.

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  • PRAMANA.DBA (3/22/2015)


    RK Mandava (3/20/2015)


    Ed Wagner (3/20/2015)


    A simple one to end the week. Thanks.

    +1

    +1 (What else could I say?)

  • Thanks for the question.

  • Revenant (3/23/2015)


    PRAMANA.DBA (3/22/2015)


    RK Mandava (3/20/2015)


    Ed Wagner (3/20/2015)


    A simple one to end the week. Thanks.

    +1

    +1 (What else could I say?)

    +1 (what else could it be after 7, 8, 9, 10, 10.5, with 10.5 being a blip because there were two 2008s ?)

    Tom

  • Really easy question ( one point is enough )

    14 is the foreseen version for the next version ( I have read on the MSDN forum that the 13 version has been forgotten because this number is an unlucky one )

    So the 3rd choice was the good one.

    12 ==> 2014 ( 1 instance on my computer )

    11 ==> 2012 ( 1 instance on my computer )

    10.5 ==> 2008 R2 ( 1 instance on my computer )

    10 ==> 2008

    9 ==> 2005 ( with its Express Edition nearly impossible to upgrade because a problem with SSMSEE and the client tools )

    8 ==> 2000

    Anyway , an useful question as I think that many people have not found the good choice ...

    So Thanks

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