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What is the difference between SQL 2000 and 2005?

Old 04-19-06, 12:34 AM
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What is the difference between SQL 2000 and 2005?

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What is the difference between SQL2000 and 2005?
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Off the top of my head I know in 2005 you can use .NET for DB objects and you can use XML data types. It can handle http requests directly and it has built in reporting which was a seperate service in 2000. There are many more that I can't think of right now.

Here is an article I found...maybe it's useful http://www.devx.com/dbzone/Article/21539
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Hmm... http requests directly, huh? So I can setup my SQL database on the internet and authorized users can query it directly??
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i haven't looked at it in depth, but .net is intergrated very closely into 2005.

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