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SBO 2004C and 2007A on the same machine with diferend sql (2000 and 2005)

Hi,

Can I install SBO 2004C with mssql 2000 and 2007A with mssql 2005 on the same machine? I afraid conflicts in my system, but mayby is possible solution?

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Krzysztof Sala

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2007 at 01:39 PM

    as much as i know it is not possible.

    iam using mssql 2000 and 2005 on one machine.<i> but with the same business one version</i>.

    i made a sbo-common backup from 2000 and restored it to 2005.

    since them i can change in the business one between the mssql servers.

    sometimes very useful when you have still some customers that use mssql2000

    (and they please you to send them a mssql2000 db backup).

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2007 at 03:28 PM

    Krzysztof Sala,

    The only way to have different versions of SAP Business One running on the same physical machine is if you use VMWare or Virtual PC.

    Eddy

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2007 at 08:35 AM

    We are running 2004C and 2007A on 2 MS SQL 2000 instanses on the same server. The only problem is to separate 2004 and 2007 licence servers.

    In regards to the clients machines: 2007C Client is installed properly, 2004C Client is just copied as a directory to another folder and working proper

    PS: by-design issue: addons will work only for the client's sversion which is properly installed

    Just give a try

    HTH

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    • Former Member Krzysztof Sala

      Hello Krysztof,

      Maybe its possible but there's always a change that one or both of your SBO's is getting strange behavior. I think the best way is to use Microsoft virtual pc of server. This is free software (if I am right) from Microsoft, you need only a license for your second Operating System.

      Don't forget to set the status of this topic to "answered"... 😉

      Regards Teun

      Edited by: Teun Aben on Jan 10, 2008 9:53 PM

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