MSDE Information and Requirements

By Bill Graziano on 25 March 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: General


We get quite a few questions about MSDE so I thought I'd put a link up to more information. The SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE 2000) is a data engine built and based on core SQL Server technology. With support for single- and dual-processor desktop computers, MSDE 2000 is a reliable storage engine and query processor for desktop extensions of enterprise applications. The common technology base shared between SQL Server and MSDE 2000 enables developers to build applications that can scale seamlessly from portable computers to multiprocessor clusters. Follow the link to MSDE Information and Requirements...

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