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Our development server has
VS2012+Sqlserver 2008 in Windows 8 R2

and on Production server they are using sqlserver 2000 db

So when we develop the site in VS 2012 and deploy onto production..will be there any problem/issues with sql server 2000?

please can any body help me in this scenario.
Posted 25-Apr-13 0:33am

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There are a lot of differences between Sql Server 2000 and 2008. But as long as you don't use datatypes/functions introduced in 2005/2008 you should be fine. And of course you can't use SSIS/DTS and a few other new things introduced in newer versions. And it could depend on how you deploy your database. If it's scripts (t-sql) only (alter table, create table etc) there should be no problems.

Read more in these two MSDN Aarticles:
What's New in SQL Server 2005[^]
What's New in SQL Server 2008[^]
krishnaMurali 25-Apr-13 9:38am
thak u..
will the Data.sqlclient work then?

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