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hi expert
i used MSDE for my applicatipon for working with database previews
but i hered that the SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS is power full than the MSDE
i want to now is that right? where can i found about this subject?

and if it is right how can i get SQL SERVER 2005 EXPRESS ?
is there it on MS VS.NET 2005 CD's ?
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i want to now is that right? where can i found about this subject?
Have you heard of Google??

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http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&s...05%22+download

Again, you're posting this in the C# forum, but IMO, you and all other visitors are much better off if you post this on-topic where it belongs: in the SQL Server forum. And yes, I know you plan to use SQL in your C# app but that doesn't count. With such reasoning, we could all post all our questions in the general PC or Server forum, or the Windows or Linux forum as ultimately, most of what we do here will end up on a PC or server running Windows or Linux.... ;)

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