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Deprecated Database Engine Features in SQL Server 2008 R2

This topic describes the deprecated SQL Server Database Engine features that are still available in SQL Server 2008 R2. These features are scheduled to be removed in a future release of SQL Server. Deprecated features should not be used in new applications.

You can monitor the use of deprecated features by using the SQL Server Deprecated Features Object performance counter and trace events. For more information, see Using SQL Server Objects.

The following SQL Server Database Engine features will not be supported in the next version of SQL Server. Do not use these features in new development work, and modify applications that currently use these features as soon as possible. The Feature name value appears in trace events as the ObjectName and in performance counters and sys.dm_os_performance_counters as the instance name. The Feature ID value appears in trace events as the ObjectId.

Category

Deprecated feature

Replacement

Feature name

Feature ID

Backup and restore

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } WITH PASSWORD

None

BACKUP DATABASE or LOG WITH PASSWORD

104

Backup and restore

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } WITH MEDIAPASSWORD

None

BACKUP DATABASE or LOG WITH MEDIAPASSWORD

103

Backup and Restore

RESTORE { DATABASE | LOG } … WITH DBO_ONLY

RESTORE { DATABASE | LOG } … … WITH RESTRICTED_USER

RESTORE DATABASE or LOG WITH DBO_ONLY

101

Backup and restore

RESTORE { DATABASE | LOG } WITH PASSWORD

None

RESTORE DATABASE or LOG WITH PASSWORD

106

Backup and restore

RESTORE { DATABASE | LOG } WITH MEDIAPASSWORD

None

RESTORE DATABASE or LOG WITH MEDIAPASSWORD

105

Compatibility levels

80 compatibility level and upgrade from version 80.

Compatibility levels are only available for the last two versions. For more information about compatibility levels, see ALTER DATABASE Compatibility Level (Transact-SQL).

Database compatibility level 80

107

Metadata

DATABASEPROPERTY

DATABASEPROPERTYEX

DATABASEPROPERTY

38

Memory Management

Address Windowing Extensions (AWE) support that allows 32-bit operating systems to use over 4 GB of physical memory.

Use a 64-bit operating system to use over 4 GB of physical memory.

None

None

Database objects

WITH APPEND clause on triggers

Re-create the whole trigger.

CREATE TRIGGER WITH APPEND

171

Instance options

Default setting of disallow results from triggers option = 0

Default setting of disallow results from triggers option = 1

sp_configure 'disallow results from triggers'

172

Database options

sp_dboption

ALTER DATABASE

sp_dboption

77

Query hints

FASTFIRSTROW hint

OPTION (FAST n).

FASTFIRSTROW

177

Remote servers

sp_addremotelogin

sp_addserver

sp_dropremotelogin

sp_helpremotelogin

sp_remoteoption

Replace remote servers by using linked servers.

sp_addremotelogin

sp_addserver

sp_dropremotelogin

sp_helpremotelogin

sp_remoteoption

70

69

71

72

73

Remote servers

@@remserver

Replace remote servers by using linked servers.

None

None

Remote servers

SET REMOTE_PROC_TRANSACTIONS

Replace remote servers by using linked servers.

SET REMOTE_PROC_TRANSACTIONS

110

Security

sp_dropalias

Replace aliases with a combination of user accounts and database roles. Use sp_dropalias to remove aliases in upgraded databases.

sp_dropalias

68

SET options

SET DISABLE_DEF_CNST_CHK

None. Option has no effect.

SET DISABLE_DEF_CNST_CHK

188

SET options

SET ROWCOUNT for INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements

TOP keyword

SET ROWCOUNT

109

Transact-SQL syntax

Use of *= and =*

Use ANSI join syntax. For more information, see FROM (Transact-SQL).

Non-ANSI *= or =* outer join operators

178

Transact-SQL syntax

COMPUTE / COMPUTE BY

Use ROLLUP

COMPUTE [BY]

180

System tables

sys.database_principal_aliases

Use roles instead of aliases.

database_principal_aliases

150

Tools

sqlmaint Utility

Use the SQL Server maintenance plan feature

None

None

Transact-SQL

The old style syntax for RAISERROR (Format: RAISERROR integer string) syntax is deprecated.

Rewrite the statement using the current RAISERROR syntax.

Old style RAISEERROR

164

Programmability

SQL Server Database Management Objects (SQL-DMO)

SQL Server Management Objects (SMO)

SQL Server Database Management Objects (SQL-DMO) has been removed from SQL Server 2008 R2 Express and the SQL Server 2008 R2 Feature Pack. SQL-DMO also does not support Database Engine features introduced after SQL Server 2000.

We recommend that you modify applications that currently use this feature as soon as possible. If you must support SQL-DMO, install the Backward Compatibility Components from the SQL Server 2008 Feature Pack from the Microsoft Download Center. Do not use SQL-DMO in new development work; use SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) instead. You can obtain the SMO documentation by installing SQL Server 2008 R2 Books Online.

None

The following SQL Server Database Engine features are supported in the next version of SQL Server, but will be removed in a later version. The specific version of SQL Server has not been determined.

Category

Deprecated feature

Replacement

Feature name

Feature ID

Compatibility levels

sp_dbcmptlevel

ALTER DATABASE … SET COMPATIBILITY_LEVEL. For more information, see ALTER DATABASE Compatibility Level (Transact-SQL).

sp_dbcmptlevel

80

Compatibility levels

Database compatibility level 90

Plan to upgrade the database and application for a future release.

Database compatibility level 90

108

XML

Inline XDR Schema Generation

The XMLDATA directive to the FOR XML option is deprecated. Use XSD generation in the case of RAW and AUTO modes. There is no replacement for the XMLDATA directive in EXPLICT mode.

XMLDATA

181

Backup and restore

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } TO TAPE

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } TO device_that_is_a_tape

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } TO DISK

BACKUP { DATABASE | LOG } TO device_that_is_a_disk

BACKUP DATABASE or LOG TO TAPE

235

Backup and restore

sp_addumpdevice 'tape'

sp_addumpdevice 'disk'

ADDING TAPE DEVICE

236

Backup and restore

sp_helpdevice

sys.backup_devices

sp_helpdevice

100

Collations

Korean_Wansung_Unicode

Lithuanian_Classic

SQL_AltDiction_CP1253_CS_AS

None. These collations exist in SQL Server 2005, but are not visible through fn_helpcollations.

Korean_Wansung_Unicode

Lithuanian_Classic

SQL_AltDiction_CP1253_CS_AS

191

192

194

Collations

Hindi

Macedonian

These collations exist in SQL Server 2005 and higher, but are not visible through fn_helpcollations. Use Macedonian_FYROM_90 and Indic_General_90 instead.

Hindi

Macedonian

190

193

Collations

Azeri_Latin_90

Azeri_Cyrilllic_90

Azeri_Latin_100

Azeri_Cyrilllic_100

Azeri_Latin_90

Azeri_Cyrilllic_90

232

233

Configuration

SET ANSI_NULLS OFF and ANSI_NULLS OFF database option

SET ANSI_PADDING OFF and ANSI_PADDING OFF database option

SET CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL OFF and CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL OFF database option

SET OFFSETS

None.

ANSI_NULLS, ANSI_PADDING and CONCAT_NULLS_YIELDS_NULL will always be set to ON. SET OFFSETS will be unavailable.

SET ANSI_NULLS OFF

SET ANSI_PADDING OFF

SET CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL OFF

SET OFFSETS

ALTER DATABASE SET ANSI_NULLS OFF

ALTER DATABASE SET ANSI_PADDING OFF

ALTER DATABASE SET CONCAT_NULL_YIELDS_NULL OFF

SET options

Data types

sp_addtype

sp_droptype

CREATE TYPE

DROP TYPE

sp_addtype

sp_droptype

62

63

Data types

timestamp syntax for rowversion data type

rowversion data type syntax

TIMESTAMP

158

Data types

Ability to insert null values into timestamp columns.

Use a DEFAULT instead.

INSERT NULL into TIMESTAMP columns

179

Data types

'text in row' table option

Use varchar(max), nvarchar(max), and varbinary(max) data types. For more information, see sp_tableoption (Transact-SQL).

Text in row table option

9

Data types

Data types:

  • text

  • ntext

  • image

Use varchar(max), nvarchar(max), and varbinary(max) data types.

Data types: text ntext or image

4

Database management

sp_attach_db

sp_attach_single_file_db

CREATE DATABASE statement with the FOR ATTACH option. To rebuild multiple log files, when one or more have a new location, use the FOR ATTACH_REBUILD_LOG option.

sp_attach_db

sp_attach_single_file_db

81

82

Database objects

CREATE DEFAULT

DROP DEFAULT

sp_bindefault

sp_unbindefault

DEFAULT keyword in CREATE TABLE and ALTER TABLE

CREATE_DROP_DEFAULT

sp_bindefault

sp_unbindefault

162

64

65

Database objects

CREATE RULE

DROP RULE

sp_bindrule

sp_unbindrule

CHECK keyword in CREATE TABLE and ALTER TABLE

CREATE_DROP_RULE

sp_bindrule

sp_unbindrule

161

66

67

Database objects

sp_change_users_login

Use ALTER USER.

sp_change_users_login

None

Database objects

sp_depends

sys.dm_sql_referencing_entities and sys.dm_sql_referenced_entities

sp_depends

195

Database objects

sp_renamedb

MODIFY NAME in ALTER DATABASE

sp_renamedb

79

Database objects

sp_getbindtoken

Use MARS or distributed transactions.

sp_getbindtoken

98

Database options

sp_bindsession

Use MARS or distributed transactions.

sp_bindsession

97

Database options

sp_resetstatus

ALTER DATABASE SET { ONLINE | EMERGENCY }

sp_resetstatus

83

Database options

TORN_PAGE_DETECTION option of ALTER DATABASE

PAGE_VERIFY TORN_PAGE_DETECTION option of ALTER DATABASE

ALTER DATABASE WITH TORN_PAGE_DETECTION

102

DBCC

DBCC DBREINDEX

REBUILD option of ALTER INDEX.

DBCC DBREINDEX

11

DBCC

DBCC INDEXDEFRAG

REORGANIZE option of ALTER INDEX

DBCC INDEXDEFRAG

18

DBCC

DBCC SHOWCONTIG

sys.dm_db_index_physical_stats

DBCC SHOWCONTIG

10

DBCC

DBCC PINTABLE

DBCC UNPINTABLE

Has no effect.

DBCC [UN]PINTABLE

189

Extended properties

Level0type = 'type' and Level0type = 'USER' to add extended properties to level-1 or level-2 type objects.

Use Level0type = 'USER' only to add an extended property directly to a user or role.

Use Level0type = 'SCHEMA' to add an extended property to level-1 types such as TABLE or VIEW, or level-2 types such as COLUMN or TRIGGER. For more information, see sp_addextendedproperty (Transact-SQL).

EXTPROP_LEVEL0TYPE

EXTPROP_LEVEL0USER

13

14

Extended stored procedure programming

srv_alloc

srv_convert

srv_describe

srv_getbindtoken

srv_got_attention

srv_message_handler

srv_paramdata

srv_paraminfo

srv_paramlen

srv_parammaxlen

srv_paramname

srv_paramnumber

srv_paramset

srv_paramsetoutput

srv_paramstatus

srv_paramtype

srv_pfield

srv_pfieldex

srv_rpcdb

srv_rpcname

srv_rpcnumber

srv_rpcoptions

srv_rpcowner

srv_rpcparams

srv_senddone

srv_sendmsg

srv_sendrow

srv_setcoldata

srv_setcollen

srv_setutype

srv_willconvert

srv_wsendmsg

Use CLR Integration instead.

XP_API

20

Extended stored procedure programming

sp_addextendedproc

sp_dropextendedproc

sp_helpextendedproc

Use CLR Integration instead.

sp_addextendedproc

sp_dropextendedproc

sp_helpextendedproc

94

95

96

Extended stored procedures

xp_grantlogin

xp_revokelogin

xp_loginConfig

Use CREATE LOGIN

Use DROP LOGIN IsIntegratedSecurityOnly argument of SERVERPROPERTY

xp_grantlogin

xp_revokelogin

xp_loginconfig

44

45

59

Functions

fn_get_sql

sys.dm_exec_sql_text

fn_get_sql

151

Index options

sp_indexoption

ALTER INDEX

sp_indexoption

78

Index options

CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE, or CREATE INDEX syntax without parentheses around the options.

Rewrite the statement to use the current syntax.

INDEX_OPTION

33

Database objects

Ability to return result sets from triggers

None

Returning results from trigger

12

Instance options

sp_configure option 'allow updates'

System tables are no longer updatable. Setting has no effect.

sp_configure 'allow updates'

173

Instance options

sp_configure options:

  • 'locks'

  • 'open objects'

  • 'set working set size'

Now automatically configured. Setting has no effect.

sp_configure 'locks'

sp_configure 'open objects'

sp_configure 'set working set size'

174

175

176

Instance options

sp_configure options 'user instances enabled' and 'user instance timeout'

No longer needed as SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP2 provides the necessary functionality. Setting has no effect.

None

None

Instance options

sp_configure option 'priority boost'

System tables are no longer updatable. Setting has no effect. Use the Windows start /high … program.exe option instead.

sp_configure 'priority boost'

199

Instance options

sp_configure option 'remote proc trans'

System tables are no longer updatable. Setting has no effect.

sp_configure 'remote proc trans'

37

Linked servers

Specifying the SQLOLEDB provider for linked servers.

SQL Server Native Client (SQLNCLI)

SQLOLEDDB for linked servers

19

Locking

sp_lock

sys.dm_tran_locks

sp_lock

99

Mail

SQL Mail

Database Mail

SQLMail

Mail

Metadata

FILE_ID

INDEXKEY_PROPERTY

FILE_IDEX

sys.index_columns

FILE_ID

INDEXKEY_PROPERTY

15

17

Native XML Web Services

The CREATE ENDPOINT or ALTER ENDPOINT statement with the FOR SOAP option.

sys.endpoint_webmethods

sys.soap_endpoints

Use Windows Communications Foundation (WCF) or ASP.NET instead.

CREATE/ALTER ENDPOINT

sys.endpoint_webmethods

sys.soap_endpoints

21

22

23

Programmability

The Microsoft.NetEnterpriseServers namespace.

The Microsoft.SqlServer.MessageBox namespace.

None

None

Removable databases

sp_certify_removable

sp_create_removable

sp_detach_db

sp_certify_removable

sp_create_removable

74

75

Removable databases

sp_dbremove

DROP DATABASE

sp_dbremove

76

Security

The ALTER LOGIN WITH SET CREDENTIAL syntax

Replaced by the new ALTER LOGIN ADD and DROP CREDENTIAL syntax

ALTER LOGIN WITH SET CREDENTIAL

230

Security

sp_addapprole

sp_dropapprole

CREATE APPLICATION ROLE

DROP APPLICATION ROLE

sp_addapprole

sp_dropapprole

53

54

Security

sp_addlogin

sp_droplogin

CREATE LOGIN

DROP LOGIN

sp_addlogin

sp_droplogin

39

40

Security

sp_adduser

sp_dropuser

CREATE USER

DROP USER

sp_adduser

sp_dropuser

49

50

Security

sp_grantdbaccess

sp_revokedbaccess

CREATE USER

DROP USER

sp_grantdbaccess

sp_revokedbaccess

51

52

Security

sp_addrole

sp_droprole

CREATE ROLE

DROP ROLE

sp_addrole

sp_droprole

56

57

Security

sp_approlepassword

sp_password

ALTER APPLICATION ROLE

ALTER LOGIN

sp_approlepassword

sp_password

55

46

Security

sp_changeobjectowner

ALTER SCHEMA or ALTER AUTHORIZATION

sp_changeobjectowner

58

Security

sp_defaultdb

sp_defaultlanguage

ALTER LOGIN

sp_defaultdb

sp_defaultlanguage

47

48

Security

sp_denylogin

sp_grantlogin

sp_revokelogin

ALTER LOGIN DISABLE

CREATE LOGIN

DROP LOGIN

sp_denylogin

sp_grantlogin

sp_revokelogin

42

41

43

Security

USER_ID

DATABASE_PRINCIPAL_ID

USER_ID

16

Security

sp_srvrolepermission

sp_dbfixedrolepermission

These stored procedures return information that was correct in SQL Server 2000. The output does not reflect changes to the permissions hierarchy implemented in SQL Server 2008. For more information, see Permissions of Fixed Server Roles (Database Engine).

sp_srvrolepermission

sp_dbfixedrolepermission

61

60

Security

GRANT ALL

DENY ALL

REVOKE ALL

GRANT, DENY, and REVOKE specific permissions.

ALL Permission

35

Security

PERMISSIONS intrinsic function

Query sys.fn_my_permissions instead.

PERMISSIONS

170

Security

SETUSER

EXECUTE AS

SETUSER

165

Security

RC4 and DESX encryption algorithms

Use another algorithm such as AES.

DESX algorithm

238

SMO classes

Microsoft.SQLServer.Management.Smo.Information class

Microsoft.SQLServer.Management.Smo.Settings class

Microsoft.SQLServer.Management.Smo.DatabaseOptions class

Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.DatabaseDdlTrigger.NotForReplication property

Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Server class

Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Server class

Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.Database class

None

None

None

SQL Server Agent

net send notification

Pager notification

ActiveX subsystem

E-mail notification

E-mail notification

Command or PowerShell scripts

None

None

SQL Server Management Studio

Solution Explorer integration in SQL Server Management Studio

Source Control integration in SQL Server Management Studio

 

None

None

System tables

sysaltfiles

syscacheobjects

syscolumns

syscomments

sysconfigures

sysconstraints

syscurconfigs

sysdatabases

sysdepends

sysdevices

sysfilegroups

sysfiles

sysforeignkeys

sysfulltextcatalogs

sysindexes

sysindexkeys

syslockinfo

syslogins

sysmembers

sysmessages

sysobjects

sysoledbusers

sysopentapes

sysperfinfo

syspermissions

sysprocesses

sysprotects

sysreferences

sysremotelogins

sysservers

systypes

sysusers

Compatibility views. For more information, see Compatibility Views (Transact-SQL).

Important noteImportant
The compatibility views do not expose metadata for features that were introduced in SQL Server 2005. We recommend that you upgrade your applications to use catalog views. For more information, see Catalog Views (Transact-SQL).

sysaltfiles

syscacheobjects

syscolumns

syscomments

sysconfigures

sysconstraints

syscurconfigs

sysdatabases

sysdepends

sysdevices

sysfilegroups

sysfiles

sysforeignkeys

sysfulltextcatalogs

sysindexes

sysindexkeys

syslockinfo

syslogins

sysmembers

sysmessages

sysobjects

sysoledbusers

sysopentapes

sysperfinfo

syspermissions

sysprocesses

sysprotects

sysreferences

sysremotelogins

sysservers

systypes

sysusers

141

152

None

133

126

146

131

147

142

123

144

128

127

130

122

132

134

None

143

140

119

137

125

139

145

157

121

153

120

129

138

136

135

124

System tables

sys.numbered_procedures

sys.numbered_procedure_parameters

None

numbered_procedures

numbered_procedure_parameters

148

149

System functions

fn_virtualservernodes

fn_servershareddrives

sys.dm_os_cluster_nodes

sys.dm_io_cluster_shared_drives

fn_virtualservernodes

fn_servershareddrives

155

156

System views

sys.sql_dependencies

sys.sql_expression_dependencies

sys.sql_dependencies

196

Table compression

The use of the vardecimal storage format.

Vardecimal storage format is deprecated. SQL Server 2008 data compression compresses decimal values as well as other data types. We recommend that you use data compression instead of the vardecimal storage format.

Vardecimal storage format

200

Table compression

Use of the sp_db_vardecimal_storage_format procedure.

Vardecimal storage format is deprecated. SQL Server 2008 data compression compresses decimal values as well as other data types. We recommend that you use data compression instead of the vardecimal storage format.

sp_db_vardecimal_storage_format

201

Table compression

Use of the sp_estimated_rowsize_reduction_for_vardecimal procedure.

Use data compression and the sp_estimate_data_compression_savings procedure instead.

sp_estimated_rowsize_reduction_for_vardecimal

202

Table hints

Specifying NOLOCK or READUNCOMMITTED in the FROM clause of an UPDATE or DELETE statement.

Remove the NOLOCK or READUNCOMMITTED table hints from the FROM clause.

NOLOCK or READUNCOMMITTED in UPDATE or DELETE

None

Table hints

Specifying table hints without using the WITH keyword.

Use WITH.

Table hint without WITH

8

Table hints

HOLDLOCK table hint without parenthesis

167

Table hints

INSERT_HINTS

34

Textpointers

WRITETEXT

UPDATETEXT

READTEXT

None

UPDATETEXT or WRITETEXT

READTEXT

115

114

Textpointers

TEXTPTR()

TEXTVALID()

None

TEXTPTR

TEXTVALID

5

6

Transact-SQL

:: function-calling sequence

Replaced by SELECT column_list FROM sys.<function_name>().

For example, replace SELECT * FROM ::fn_virtualfilestats(2,1)with SELECT * FROM sys.fn_virtualfilestats(2,1).

'::' function calling syntax

166

Transact-SQL

Three-part and four-part column references.

Two-part names is the standard-compliant behavior.

More than two-part column name

3

Transact-SQL

A string enclosed in quotation marks used as a column alias for an expression in a SELECT list:

'string_alias' = expression

expression [AS] column_alias

expression [AS] [column_alias]

expression [AS] "column_alias"

expression [AS] 'column_alias'

column_alias = expression

String literals as column aliases

184

Transact-SQL

Numbered procedures

None. Do not use.

ProcNums

160

Transact-SQL

table_name.index_name syntax in DROP INDEX

index_name ON table_name syntax in DROP INDEX.

DROP INDEX with two-part name

163

Transact-SQL

Not ending Transact-SQL statements with a semicolon.

End Transact-SQL statements with a semicolon ( ; ).

None

None

Transact-SQL

GROUP BY ALL

Use custom case-by-case solution with UNION or derived table.

GROUP BY ALL

169

Transact-SQL

ROWGUIDCOL as a column name in DML statements.

Use $rowguid.

ROWGUIDCOL

182

Transact-SQL

IDENTITYCOL as a column name in DML statements.

Use $identity.

IDENTITYCOL

183

Transact-SQL

Use of #, ## as temporary table and temporary stored procedure names.

Use at least one additional character.

'#' and '##' as the name of temporary tables and stored procedures

None

Transact-SQL

Use of @, @@, or @@ as Transact-SQL identifiers.

Do not use @ or @@ or names that begin with @@ as identifiers.

'@' and names that start with '@@' as Transact-SQL identifiers

None.

Transact-SQL

Use of DEFAULT keyword as default value.

Do not use the word DEFAULT as a default value.

DEFAULT keyword as a default value

187

Transact-SQL

Use of a space as a separator between table hints.

Use a comma to separate table hints.

Multiple table hints without comma

168

Transact-SQL

The select list of an aggregate indexed view must contain COUNT_BIG (*) in 90 compatibility mode

Use COUNT_BIG (*).

Index view select list without COUNT_BIG(*)

2

Transact-SQL

The indirect application of table hints to an invocation of a multi-statement table-valued function (TVF) through a view.

None.

Indirect TVF hints

7

Transact-SQL

ALTER DATABASE syntax:

MODIFY FILEGROUP READONLY

MODIFY FILEGROUP READWRITE

MODIFY FILEGROUP READ_ONLY

MODIFY FILEGROUP READ_WRITE

MODIFY FILEGROUP READONLY

MODIFY FILEGROUP READWRITE

195

196

Other

DB-Library

Embedded SQL for C

Although the Database Engine still supports connections from existing applications that use the DB-Library and Embedded SQL APIs, it does not include the files or documentation required to do programming work on applications that use these APIs. A future version of the SQL Server Database Engine will drop support for connections from DB-Library or Embedded SQL applications. Do not use DB-Library or Embedded SQL to develop new applications. Remove any dependencies on either DB-Library or Embedded SQL when you are modifying existing applications. Instead of these APIs, use the SQLClient namespace or an API such as OLE DB or ODBC. SQL Server 2008 does not include the DB-Library DLL required to run these applications. To run DB-Library or Embedded SQL applications, you must have available the DB-Library DLL from SQL Server version 6.5, SQL Server 7.0, or SQL Server 2000.

None

None

Other

VIA protocol

Use TCP.

None

None

Updated content

SQL Server Database Management Objects (SQL-DMO) moved to the table of features not supported in the next version.

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