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SQL Server FAQ

SQL Server General FAQ

  • Are there arrays in SQL Server? Or what is the array analog?
  • Can I set tempdb database to be in RAM in SQL 7.0/2000?
  • Could you give me the comparison of MSDE with SQL Server?
  • Could you give me the comparison of SQL Server with Access?
  • Could you give me the comparison of SQL 7.0 with SQL 2000?
  • How can I add SQL Server licenses?
  • How can I get the column's description from my stored procedure?
  • How can I perform a nonlogged bulk copy?
  • How can I view the SQL Server transaction log?
  • How do I migrate an Access database to SQL 7.0?
  • How do I migrate an Oracle database to SQL 7.0?
  • How is SQL Server licensed?
  • How many SQL 7.0 editions exist and what is the difference between them?
  • How many SQL 2000 editions exist and what is the difference between them?
  • How to detect if the SQL Server is installed on the machine?
  • What are good SQL Server web resources?
  • What is the difference between char and varchar data types?
  • What is the difference between clustered and nonclustered indexes?
  • What is the difference between Oracle and SQL Server?
  • What is the difference between permanent and temporary tables?
  • What is the difference between PRIMARY KEY and UNIQUE constraints?
  • Where can I download free case tools?
  • Where can I download SQL Server 2000 Books Online?
  • Where can I find MSSQL test exams?
  • Where can I get the benchmark tests for SQL Server and other RDBMS?
  • Where can I get the evaluation copy of SQL Server?
  • Where can I see the price-list for SQL Server?

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