Good Things in Small Packages: Microsoft Launches SQL Server 2000 for Windows CE

By Bill Graziano on 28 November 2000 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL for CE

When people think of SQL Server 2000—Microsoft's powerful database and data analysis program—they may imagine the product running on a large, static piece of hardware permanently anchored in a climate-controlled room.

If you asked them how likely it would be that a portable, handheld device could incorporate SQL Server's robust computing capabilities, some might see it as the equivalent of jamming a 2-ton elephant into a phone booth.

But they'd be mistaken.
Follow the link to Good Things in Small Packages: Microsoft Launches SQL Server 2000 for Windows CE...

Discuss this article: 0 Comments so far. Print this Article.

If you like this article you can sign up for our weekly newsletter. There's an opt-out link at the bottom of each newsletter so it's easy to unsubscribe at any time.

Email Address:

Related Articles

SQL Server CE 2.0 Released (17 September 2002)

SQL Server CE: New Version Lets You Store and Update Data on Handheld Devices (msdn) (15 May 2001)

Other Recent Forum Posts

SQL 2012 Linked server to MS Access DB (0 Replies)

Import Excel workbook/form into SQL Server (2 Replies)

where to put error handling in cursor? (2 Replies)

Trigger to handle multi - rows (0 Replies)

How to default drop down list to a specific value (3 Replies)

same stored procedures on similar DB delay (3 Replies)

how to handle null values with >= (3 Replies)

Output search criteria for multiple OR (3 Replies)

Subscribe to

Weekly SQL Server newsletter with articles, forum posts, and blog posts via email. Subscribers receive our white paper with performance tips for developers. Articles via RSS Weblog via RSS

- Advertisement -