Neil Pike MVP/MCSEQuote:> We are planning on building a 60-100 gig database. Has anyone had any
> experience with such large DBs on NT using SQL Server? War stories
Between 400 and 700. No, no problems with numbers of users so far.Quote:> We may have to convert our Sybase 11.0.2. database ( 8-10 gig data)
> to SQL server 7.0.
> We have about 200 heavy users and another 250 moderate users all over the US.
> Can you tell us how many users your application has ? Any problems with large
> number of users ?
Neil Pike MVP/MCSE. Protech Computing Ltd
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I have a machine with a SQL Server 6.5 database on it and a connection
(registered server) to a 6.5 database on another machine. I want to
upgrade to 7.0, but still be able to access the other 6.5 database on
this machine without converting the database (I want one DB to be 7.0
and the other to remain 6.5). Is there any way to do this? I would
too. Thanks in advance,
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