Well, if you've install SQL Server 2005, you already have v2.0 of the
Is the issue is that you cannot upgrade your Subscription Management
Application to Framework v2.0 for some reason? If that it, one
possbility is that you can use SQLNS 2005 and then create a web
service in v2.0 of the .NET Framework to expose WebMethods for
subscription management interfaces. Your Sub Mgt App can then use the
web service interface to manage subscriptions, subscribers, etc.
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On Tue, 21 Feb 2006 09:56:42 -0500, "Kevin Jackson"
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>We are using SQL Server Notifications Services 2.0 which comes with SQL
>Server 2000. We have upgraded to SQL Server 2005 but cannot yet use the
>notifications services that come with 2005 yet because we cannot switch over
>to the .NET 2.0 Framework.
>Is it possible to host the NS 2.0 database on SQL Server 2005? Will the
>utility that creates the NS 2.0 database work when pointed to SQL Server
>We don't want to have to run a SQL Server 2000 database server if at all