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Old April 8th, 2013, 11:50 AM
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Default If I can't use SQL Server 2012....

that comes right out of the box on Visual Studio for the exercises in your book maybe I can by the SQL Server 2012 developer's edition, which is a full blown edition of SQL Server 2012 and only cost about $40 to buy online. Do you recommend that we take that route or can we just get by with SQL Express that is installed out of the box when we installed Visual Studio 2012 without any real problems or hassles?
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