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Re: Installing SQL 2000 NS App on SQL NS 2005

Subject: Re: Installing SQL 2000 NS App on SQL NS 2005
From: Joe Webb
Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 06:03:37 -0500
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Hi Pete - 

Applications that were developed for SSNS 2000 require that version of
SQL Server. They won't run on the most recent version.  

Here's a forum posting that describes a similar problem with BSM. 

http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=137502&SiteID=1 

HTH...



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On Sun, 21 May 2006 13:08:23 +0000 (UTC), Pete Zerger
<[email protected]> wrote:

>
>I have been working with some folks attempting to install the Notification 
>Workflow Solution Accelerator for MOM 2005 on SQL 2005 Notification 
>Services....an 
>application that was written for the SQL 2000 version of Notification 
>Services. 
>
>
>We are able to perform the installation, but when we attempt to launch the 
>.NET web site, we get an error about missing registry keys. We captured these 
>missing keys, but could not seem to simply copy from elsewhere, as they 
>mention 
>.NET assemblies and mulitple registry hives, such as 
>HKCR\Installer\Assemblies\c:|program files|microsoft|notification 
>workflow|Notification 
>Workflow|Presentation|MSMNW.WEB|web.config
>
>Is there a fundamental difference in how the registry keys are handled in 
>performing a fresh install of this app on SQL 2005 NS versus performing SQL 
>2000 NS and then migrating to SQL 2005?
>
>Regards, 
>
>
>Pete Zerger, MCSE(Messaging) 
>Co-founder and Webmaster, MOMReourcs.org 
>URL:http://www.momresources.org 
>BLOG: http://www.it-jedi.net/
>mailto:[email protected]
>
>

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