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Hello,

This shouldn't bee a very hard question.
I would like som URL's for sites where I can read about peoples pros/cons about MS-SQL server 7.0
I would like to get an quick view about how it works and so on.

If you are working with MS-Sl server 7.0 and have a lot og bookmarks, please send them to me.

Please remeber that I'm asking about 7.0, not 6.5.

Thanks
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Go to msnews.microsoft.com and subscripe to microsoft.public.sqlserver groups
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Goto http://www.netrover.com/~vidma/sql_links.html this site has a list of SQL Server links divided into seprate categories.
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Try www.swynk.com
Microsoft also has some newsgroups setup, but because it is still in beta I believe they require you to sign a NDA before you can get a username and password.
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