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is 2008 BIDS that came with SQL 2008 the same as 2008 R2 BIDS (that came with SQL 2008 R2 CD) in every way?
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can you develop from either one of the above, and give it to DBA and they won't care or recognize any difference?
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MrNetic earned 250 total points
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From a function point of view, yes :)
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Yes, same thing...exactly, the package will work fine.
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ok.thanks
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