Saturday, 11 April 2009

For anyone who follows the "I always wait for the first service pack" method of deploying products, your excuse for waiting on SQL Server 2008 disappeared this past week, because SP1 for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 is now available.

Among the features, I like the slipstream install capability (install SQL server and the service pack in the same installation process), and the ability to uninstall the service pack separately.

Service Pack 1 for SQL Server 2008 is now available to customers. The Service pack is available via download at Download Center and is primarily a roll-up of Cumulative Updates 1 to 3 and minor fixes made in response to requests reported through the SQL Server community. While there are no new features in this service pack, customers running SQL Server 2008 should download and install SP1 to take advantage of the fixes which increase supportability and stability of SQL Server 2008.

The complete announcement is here.

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Friday, 24 April 2009 05:59:48 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I never wait for the SP1, I want it right away! :D

I just dove into learning SQL2008 because I finally want to get into databases, I want the latest technology and want to beat the MSpress training kit. Which means I've a month to go.
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