Saturday, July 16, 2011

2000, 2005 & 2008 Sql Server Version differences

I mention the difference between all the different points of SQL Server version wise to understand easily.



Sql Server 2000:

1. Query Analyser and Enterprise manager are separate.
2. No XML datatype is used.
3. We can create maximum of 65,535 databases.
4. Nill
5. Nill
6. Nill
7. Nill
8. Nill
9. Nill
10. Nill
11. Nill
12. Nill
13. Can’t compress the tables and indexes.
14. Datetime datatype is used for both date and time.
15. No varchar (max) or varbinary(max) is available.
16. No table datatype is included.
17. No SSIS is included.
18. CMS is not available.
19. PBM is not available.

Sql Server 2005:

1. Both are combined as SSMS (Sql Server management Studio).
2. XML datatype is introduced.
3. We can create 2(pow(20))-1 databases.
4. Exception Handling
5. Varchar (Max) data type
6. DDL Triggers
7. DataBase Mirroring
8. RowNumber function for paging
9. Table fragmentation
10. Full Text Search
11. Bulk Copy Update
12. Can’t encrypt
13. Can compress tables and indexes. (Introduced in 2005 SP2)
14. Datetime is used for both date and time.
15.Varchar(max) and varbinary(max) is used.
16. No table datatype is included.
17. SSIS is started using.
18. CMS is not available.
19. PBM is not available.


Sql Server 2008:

1. Both are combined as SSMS (Sql Server management Studio).
2. XML datatype is used.
3. We can create 2(POW (20))-1 databases.
4. Exception Handling
5. Varchar(Max) data type
6. DDL Triggers
7. DataBase Mirroring
8. RowNumber function for paging
9. Table fragmentation
10. Full Text Search
11. Bulk Copy Update
12. Can encrypt the entire database introduced in 2008.
13. Can compress tables and indexes.
14. Date and time are separately used for date and time datatype, geospatial and timestamp with internal time zone is used.
15. Varchar (max) and varbinary (max) is used.
16. Table datatype introduced.
17. SSIS avails in this version.
18. Central Management Server (CMS) is Introduced.
19. Policy based management (PBM) server is introduced.

SPONSORS:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post a Comment