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Have SQL DMO, SQL-NS and SQL-DTS undergone major changes in SQL SERVER 2000. I have recently bought a book titled "SQL SErver 7.0 (Development Using SQL-DMO, SQL-DNS and SQL-DTS) from WROX publications. Can I expect the contents and concepts detailed in this book  to hold good for the most part in the case of SQL SERVER 2000 aswell ?
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everything in this book should be doable in 2000. You will have more features in 2000.
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