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 SQL 7.0 В чем отличие версий Server,Enterprice,Desctop ?  [new]
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Microsoft® SQL Server™ comes in three editions: Standard, Enterprise, and Small Business Server (SBS). In addition, users covered by a per-seat license from any of these three editions can install a Desktop SQL Server installation on their client computer.

This table compares the capabilities of the Standard, Enterprise, and SBS editions.

Feature SBS Standard Enterprise
Runs on Microsoft BackOffice®
Small Business Server Yes Yes No
Runs on Microsoft
Windows NT® Server No Yes No
Runs on Windows NT Server,
Enterprise Edition No Yes Yes
Maximum database size 10GB Unlimited Unlimited
Number of SMP CPUs 4 4 32
Extended memory support No No Yes
SQL Server Failover Support No No Yes
Supports Microsoft Search
Service, full-text catalogs,
and full-text indexes Yes Yes Yes
Supports Microsoft SQL
Server OLAP Services No Yes Yes
(No user-defined cube partitions)
(Includes user-defined cube partitions)


The performance of the Small Business Server Edition is limited to the throughput typical of 50 concurrent users, although individual SBS installations may be licensed for fewer than 50 users. The performance of the Standard and Enterprise editions are limited only by the hardware and operating systems on which they run.

While the Desktop edition can accept remote connections, it is intended for SQL Server clients that:

Operate in a mobile environment where they are sometimes not connected to their SBS, Standard, or Enterprise edition of SQL Server and need a local database to store data while disconnected.
Store most of their SQL-based data in an SBS, Standard, or Enterprise edition of SQL Server, but occasionally run applications that need local database storage.
The Desktop Edition server component has these capabilities:

Runs on Windows 95/98, Windows NT Workstation, Windows NT Server, and Windows NT Enterprise.
Has no limit to the size of the databases it supports.
Scales effectively over 2 SMP CPUs.
Has optimizations to minimize memory usage. The working set is minimized during startup and while the system is running.
Supports full merge and snapshot replication. Supports only subscriptions to transaction replications, cannot publish transaction replications.
The Desktop server does not support these features at any time:
Parallel queries
Fiber mode scheduling
Read-ahead scans
Hash and merge joins
Failover clusters
Extended memory addressing
For more information about additional features that are not supported when the Desktop server is running on Windows 95/98, see SQL Server 7.0 on Windows 95/98.

The Microsoft Search service cannot be installed during a Desktop server installation. Desktop servers do not support full-text catalogs and indexes. Computers running a Desktop server can use SQL Server Enterprise Manager to manage full-text indexes on computers running SQL Server Standard or Enterprise editions. Applications running on Desktop servers can also execute full-text queries against SQL Server Standard or Enterprise edition databases that have full-text catalogs and indexes.
OLAP Services cannot be installed during a Desktop server installation. Applications running on Desktop servers can use the client PivotTable® Service.
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