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Default Which version of SQL Server??

Hi All,

We are planning to move from MS Access to SQL Server databse.
The confusion is that which version to choose, as there are two versions availabe viz.
SQL Server Enterprise Edition.
SQL Server Developer Edition.

Please help out...
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There are three versions available

Enterprise Edition
Standard Edition
Developer Edition

The main difference is licensing. Enterprise edition allows MS fail over functionality (very weak solution), lesser editions don't. It also allows more memory, cpu's, etc. Most people use Standard Server edition for production, and the developer edition for their development. Go to MS web site to see the latest and detailed licensing differences.

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