BCM 2007 auf MS SQL-Server 2000 verlagern

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BCM 2007 auf MS SQL-Server 2000 verlagern

Postby Ernst-Peter Schegge » Fri, 15 Jun 2007 23:26:18 GMT

Hallo an Alle,

bin mir nicht sicher, ob ich hier richtig bin. Hoffe es aber.
Ich habe folgende Frage. Ich habe Outlook 2007 und mhte die Datenbank auf
einen MS SQL-Server 2000 verlegen.
Kann mir jemand sagen, wie das geht?

Vielen Dank an alle

Peter




Re: BCM 2007 auf MS SQL-Server 2000 verlagern

Postby b.schmidt » Sat, 16 Jun 2007 16:23:12 GMT

Hi,

I think you should talk english here, since this is an international 
newsgroup ;)

In order to run BCM 2007 on its own database, you might will need this:
 http://www.**--****.com/ 

cya,
Bernhard


Ernst-Peter Schegge, am 14.06.2007 16:26:

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