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does informatica 8.1 support sqlserver 2008

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What are the difficulties/problems working with sqlserver 2008 & informatica 8.1.
we cannot upgrade to informatica 8.6 or 9.0
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According to the "Correct Answer" from link below this should be working fine - just follow the steps provided in the article: https://community.informatica.com/message/61400
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from my experience  yes, Informatica supports any odbc connection and mssql too
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