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    SQL Server 2012

    Good Morning Everyone,

    I am about to have a new finance system installed that requires full blown SQL 2008 R2 of higher,
    this is not a problem as I have to buy a SQL 2012 Standard Core licence and beleive it will cover me for 2008 as well.

    My question is has anybody any idea when Capita will be approving SQL 2012 for SIMS as rather than mess about
    setting everything up now then possibly upgrading to SQL 2012 in September if its imminent I might as well do it sooner rather than later.

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    SQL Server 2012 is supported starting from the Autumn 2012 release.

    See resource #17910 on SupportNet for more info.

    Last edited by Arthur; 20th February 2013 at 08:57 AM.

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    Thank you for that Arthur its made my decision easier will have a look at resource #17910 when I start the new job in April, dont actually finish my current job till tomorrow and already they have disabled my acccount for support net .
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    Quote Originally Posted by staningrimsby View Post
    Thank you for that Arthur its made my decision easier will have a look at resource #17910 when I start the new job in April, dont actually finish my current job till tomorrow and already they have disabled my acccount for support net .
    If it helps I have already migrated manually a schools SIMS & FMS database to SQL2012 without issue.

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    Welli think i'm going to get them to buy a new server and put SQL 2012 on it, no point it going backwards
    may as well prepare for the future



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