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SQL Server Backward Compatibility

Topics in the backward compatibility section describe changes in SQL Server behavior between versions of SQL Server.

Features included in this topic area include data programmability, surface area configuration tools, SQL Server Setup, SQL Server services, and other broad functionality changes.

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Deprecated SQL Server Features in SQL Server 2008 R2

Deprecated SQL Server features in this release. This topic includes coverage of Data Programmability features, Surface Area Configuration tools, and Setup functionality.

Discontinued SQL Server Features in SQL Server 2008 R2

Discontinued SQL Server functionality in this release. This topic includes coverage of Data Programmability features, Surface Area Configuration tools, and Setup functionality.

Breaking Changes to SQL Server Features in SQL Server 2008 R2

Changes that might require changes to applications. This topic includes coverage of Data Programmability features, Surface Area Configuration tools, and Setup functionality.

Behavior Changes to SQL Server Features in SQL Server 2008 R2

Other changes to database features in this release. This topic includes coverage of Data Programmability features, Surface Area Configuration tools, and Setup functionality.

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