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Analytic functions in SBS 2005 R2

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What are the new "Analytic Functions" that are available in SQL Server for SBS Premium R2?

Why are they important for SBS when you consider that Premium edition does not actually have Analysis Services?



It's the last row of the table here ....

http://www.microsoft.com/WindowsServer2003/sbs/evaluation/faq/sql2005.mspx
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Analytic Functions are special functions used in SQL to enhance your queries.
Example of Analytic Functions are: ROW_NUMBER, NTILE, OVER etc..

Se more here: http://main.xfusiondn.com/Contributions/PT11100601.aspx
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awesome, thanks
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