SQL Server Books Online (January 2004 Update)

By Bill Graziano on 29 January 2004 | Tags: SQL Server 2000 Release , Books Online


Download product documentation for SQL Server 2000 that has been updated as of January 2004. SQL Server 2000 Books Online (Updated 2004) includes the complete documentation that shipped with SQL Server 2000 plus revisions.

Note: The Setup program for SQL Server 2000 Books Online (Updated 2004) will detect any previously installed instances of SQL Server Books Online on your computer and prompt you to upgrade a specific instance or all instances.

This update includes:

  • Suggestions sent to Microsoft by customers using the feedback button available in every topic of SQL Server 2000 Books Online.
  • Corrections of documentation errors reported after the last update to SQL Server 2000 Books Online was released.
  • New and updated error messages.
  • Additions to the SQL Server 2000 Books Online for SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) functionality.

Link: SQL Server Books Online (January 2004 Update)


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