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Visual Studio 2003 , issue with differences between Developer and Architect editions.

Posted on 2004-10-27
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Last Modified: 2010-04-23

1) Does Visual Studio 2003 Enterprize Architect(VSEA) have everything that Visual Studio  2003 Enterprize Developer has?

2) If so, then how come VSEA comes on only 3 CD's? At my last company the old version of VSEA came on 7 CD's ?
So what's the deal with VSEA? Have some of my Co-workers lost the other CD's or something or have they compressed this edition?

Question by:cakester
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ID: 12430367
Yes, Enterprise Architect includes all the features of all other editions. There's a good chance the other CDs were the MSDN Library CDs, which was 3 CDs as of October 2003.

You can get the full rundown on the differences here:

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What i meant was that the OLD VSEA from about 2001 - 2002 had 7 CD's
Does you copy of VSEA 2003 have only three CD's?

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ID: 12440582
timebo87, does your copy of VSEA have only three CD's?
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Enterprise Architect has three discs. Disc 1, Disc 2, and the .NET Prerequisites disc.

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