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Hi All,

we would like to change the SQL server 2000 on the SAP B1 2005A SP01 PL 45 to SQL Server 2005.

I need your guidance how to do that. The consideration things are as follows:

1. What are the steps need to do that ?

- Removal SQL server 2000

- Removal SAP B1 2005A

- etc ??

2. Which SQL server 2005 will I use, standard or enteprise and what are the benefit and weakness of each one of them ?

3. How to make connection setup in the new SQL server installation?

4. Do I need to remove current connection setup ?

Pls give advice. TIA

Rajh

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 10:40 AM

    Well,

    your question seems have easy solution but to explain it need much time.

    You could read product CD of SQL 2005 documentation.

    About enterprise and standard difference, you could use google.com to find out more detail about the difference

    Rgds,

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 07:41 AM

    Dear

    We have note 937704 for installation of sql 2005 for your reference

    Best Regards,

    xiaodan AN

    SAP Business One Forum Team

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      Tks a lot for your reply.

      Do I need to remove SBO application client in workstation in order to avoid cluster ID mistmatch or not ?

      what is the different between enterprise and standard edition ?

      Rajh

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2008 at 07:38 AM

    Hi Rajh,

    A very interesting topic.

    Looking forward for some real experience from the field.

    -Dody-

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