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Posted - 09/17/2002 :  13:29:54  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Microsoft released SQL Server CE 2.0. SQL Server CE 2.0 includes updates to:

    [*]Query analyzer. The query analyzer has been updated to improve the user interface for easier object management.
    [*]Query processor. The query processor enables you to streamline your code with new intrinsic functions and parameterized queries.
    [*]Storage engine. The storage engine includes major improvements to remote data access functionality, including index pulls and UPLOAD-only features. In addition, the storage engine now supports the same number of indexes (249) per table as Microsoft SQL Server.
    [*]Connectivity wizards. This step-by-step guide can help you quickly set up your security and connectivity options for data replication.
    [*]ISQLW. This on-device query tool enables you to store queries and view the schema on the device.

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sarkargreen
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Posted - 01/18/2011 :  05:51:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
SQL Server CE 2.0 required. Have any one with it?
Please send by mail at
f2f.sanjoy@gmail.com
or
send the link for the same.
(Microsoft already removed the old ver. links and new ver 3 or greater not required.)

Thanks in advance
Sanjoy Sarkar
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