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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 : in C# and VB BOOK ISBN: 978-0-470-18759-3
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Hi Imar:

I'm about ready to try to deploy my web and I don't know what to do here. I have Visual Studio.NET Professional 2008 and it came with SQL Server 2005 Developer's Edition. However I never installed that but used SQL Server Express 2008 edition all this time.

So now I see I need the "standard' edition. Is that the same or nearly same as what I have - the "Developer's Edition"?

If I can use the Developer's Edition to deploy and run my website, do I uninstall the Express first or do I install the Developer's edition and leave the Express on my machine?



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Yes, the Developer edition is similar to the standard edition. Actually, the Developer edition is even closer to the Enterprise edition, but with a license specific for developers. In both cases, many of the things you need are identical in these versions.

You can install the Developer edition side-by-side with the Express edition, but you'll need to give it a different instance name, for example Sql2008. In your connection strings you then need to refer to the server as (local)\Sql2008 or .\Sql2008 or MachineName\Sql2008

Appendix B deals with the configuration of SQL Server in great detail.

Hope this helps,

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Yes, the Developer edition is similar to the standard edition. Actually, the Developer edition is even closer to the Enterprise edition, but with a license specific for developers. In both cases, many of the things you need are identical in these versions.

You can install the Developer edition side-by-side with the Express edition, but you'll need to give it a different instance name, for example Sql2008. In your connection strings you then need to refer to the server as (local)\Sql2008 or .\Sql2008 or MachineName\Sql2008

Appendix B deals with the configuration of SQL Server in great detail.

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Hi Imar and thank you.

But now I've been lead to understand that I'm not allowed to use SQL Server Developer edition for my website am I?

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According to Microsoft:
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SQL Server 2008 Developer enables developers to build and test applications that run on SQL Server on 32-bit, ia64, and x64 platforms. SQL Server 2008 Developer includes all of the functionality of Enterprise Edition, but is licensed only for development, test, and demo use
If by "use SQL Server Developer edition for my website" you mean run it in production, the answer is No...

http://www.microsoft.com/sqlserver/2...developer.aspx

However, you are allowed to use the Express edition for a production web site.

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