Posted on 2012-03-20
I am an IT person, not a db person. We have an external user who wants the following: "the ability to modify some code I've already written, and to make sure it works on a database from the client. So I think a minimalist installation of SQL (without all the Management Studio/Enterprise Manager) add-ons would work, so long as there's a query editor and a way to point it at a .csv file. "
I don't know what questions to ask him and wonder if EMS SQL Manager Lite for SQL Server 2008 will be sufficient and does it work with Windows XP sp2?