Hi Andy -
Here's a link to a blog I did a while back that lists the top 10
enhancements to SQLNS in v2005.
I've also got an article coming out on Simple-Talk
(http://www.simple-talk.com/) in the next couple of weeks on the same
The concepts on the two version are largely the same - you have
subscribers, subscriptions, events, and notifications. SQLNS 2005 adds
improved performance, new management APIs, etc, but the premise is the
Shyam Pather has already updated his book. I'm still in the process of
updating mine - I hope to have it completed soon, but I don't have a
release date as yet.
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On Tue, 25 Apr 2006 08:10:02 -0700, Andy
<[email protected]> wrote:
>I'm asking for a development standpoint. I am just getting started using the
>2005 version and am wondering if I go out and buy a 2000 book if it will be
>relevant or outdated.
>> What are the differences between 2000 and 2005, or are they relatively the