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Tips and Tricks for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit


What is MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




MS SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by Microsoft. It is used to store, retrieve, and manipulate data for various applications and purposes. MS SQL Server supports various data types, such as text, numbers, dates, binary, XML, JSON, spatial, etc. It also supports various features, such as transactions, concurrency control, indexes, views, stored procedures, triggers, functions, etc.




MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit



MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition is a special edition of MS SQL Server that is designed for developers and database administrators who want to create and test database applications on their own machines. It has the same features and functionality as the Enterprise Edition of MS SQL Server 2000, but it is limited to one CPU and four GB of RAM. It also cannot be used in production environments.


MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit is a version of MS SQL Server that runs on the Windows operating system that supports the Intel Itanium processor architecture. It can handle larger amounts of data and memory than the standard version of MS SQL Server that runs on the x86 processor architecture. It can also take advantage of the parallel processing capabilities of the Itanium processors.


Why use MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit has several benefits for developers and database administrators who want to work with large-scale databases and applications. Some of these benefits are:


  • It allows you to create and test database applications that can run on the Enterprise Edition of MS SQL Server without having to purchase a license for it.



  • It enables you to work with databases that have more than two GB of data or more than two GB of memory.



  • It improves the performance and scalability of your database applications by using the advanced features of the Itanium processors.



  • It supports the latest standards and technologies for data access and manipulation, such as XML, SOAP, HTTP, etc.



  • It provides a rich set of tools and services for developing, managing, analyzing, reporting, and integrating data, such as Transact-SQL, Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Integration Services, etc.



How to install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




To install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit on your machine, you need to meet the following system requirements:


  • A computer that has an Intel Itanium processor or a compatible processor that supports the IA-64 instruction set.



  • A minimum of one GB of RAM (recommended four GB or more).



  • A minimum of one GB of free disk space (recommended two GB or more).



  • A CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive.



  • A monitor that supports a resolution of at least 800 x 600 pixels (recommended higher resolution).



  • A keyboard and a mouse or other pointing device.



  • A network adapter card if you want to connect to other computers or servers.



  • A Windows operating system that supports the Itanium processor architecture, such as Windows XP Professional x64 Edition or Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition.



To install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit on your machine, you need to follow these steps:


  • Insert the installation CD-ROM or DVD-ROM into your drive.



  • If the installation program does not start automatically, run Setup.exe from the root folder of the installation media.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to select the components and options that you want to install.



  • When prompted, enter your product key and accept the license agreement.



  • Specify the name and password of an administrator account that will be used to run the services and access the databases of MS SQL Server.



  • Choose a collation and sort order for your databases and tables.



  • Select a network protocol and a port number for communicating with other computers or servers.



  • Specify a location for installing the files and folders of MS SQL Server.



  • Review your selections and click Install to start the installation process.



  • Wait until the installation process is completed and click Finish to exit the installation program.



How to create and manage databases with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




To create and manage databases with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit, you can use the following tools and services:



  • Enterprise Manager: This is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool that allows you to create, modify, delete, backup, restore, and configure databases, tables, indexes, views, stored procedures, triggers, functions, users, roles, permissions, etc. You can also monitor the performance and activity of your databases and servers with this tool.



  • Query Analyzer: This is a GUI tool that allows you to write, execute, debug, and optimize Transact-SQL statements and scripts. You can also view the results of your queries in various formats, such as grids, charts, text, etc. You can also use this tool to analyze the execution plans and statistics of your queries and identify potential problems or bottlenecks.



  • Data Transformation Services (DTS): This is a service that allows you to extract, transform, and load data from various sources and destinations, such as files, databases, web services, etc. You can also perform various tasks, such as data cleansing, validation, aggregation, etc. You can use DTS Designer to create and edit DTS packages that contain DTS tasks and connections. You can also use DTS Run Utility to execute DTS packages on demand or schedule them to run periodically.




How to use Transact-SQL with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




Transact-SQL is a dialect of SQL that is used to query and manipulate data with MS SQL Server. It has several extensions and enhancements over standard SQL, such as variables, control-of-flow statements, error handling mechanisms, etc. Transact-SQL can be written and executed in various ways, such as:



  • Using Query Analyzer: You can use Query Analyzer to write and execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts interactively. You can also save your queries as files and open them later for editing or execution. You can also use Query Analyzer to debug and optimize your queries by viewing the execution plans and statistics.



  • Using Enterprise Manager: You can use Enterprise Manager to write and execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts for creating and modifying database objects, such as tables, indexes, views, stored procedures, triggers, functions, etc. You can also use Enterprise Manager to execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts that are stored in files or in the database.



  • Using OSQL or ISQL: These are command-line tools that allow you to write and execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts from a console window. You can also use these tools to execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts that are stored in files or in the database.



  • Using applications or web services: You can use various applications or web services that support data access technologies, such as ODBC, OLE DB, ADO, ADO.NET, etc., to write and execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts programmatically. You can also use these technologies to execute Transact-SQL statements and scripts that are stored in files or in the database.



How to use Analysis Services with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




Analysis Services is a component of MS SQL Server that allows you to build and deploy multidimensional data models for online analytical processing (OLAP) and data mining. Analysis Services supports various features, such as dimensions, hierarchies, levels, members, measures, cubes, aggregations, calculations, partitions, storage modes, etc. Analysis Services can be used with various tools and services, such as:



  • Analysis Manager: This is a GUI tool that allows you to create, modify, delete, process, and manage Analysis Services objects, such as databases, cubes, dimensions, measures, calculations, partitions, etc. You can also use Analysis Manager to browse and query the data in your cubes using MDX (Multidimensional Expressions) language.



  • Data Mining Designer: This is a GUI tool that allows you to create, modify, delete, process, and manage data mining models using various algorithms, such as decision trees, clustering, association rules, neural networks, etc. You can also use Data Mining Designer to browse and query the data in your data mining models using DMX (Data Mining Extensions) language.



  • OLAP Services: This is a service that allows you to access and query the data in your Analysis Services cubes using various data access technologies such as OLE DB for OLAP, XML for Analysis, ADO MD, etc. You can also use OLAP Services to perform data mining tasks using various algorithms and models.



  • Analysis Services Client Tools: These are various tools that allow you to access and query the data in your Analysis Services cubes and data mining models using various languages and interfaces, such as MDX, DMX, OLE DB for OLAP, XML for Analysis, ADO MD, etc. Some of these tools are PivotTable Service, PivotTable List, Excel PivotTable Report, Data Analyzer, etc.



How to use Reporting Services with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




Reporting Services is a component of MS SQL Server that allows you to create and deliver reports for various purposes and audiences. Reporting Services supports various features, such as report design, data sources, data sets, expressions, parameters, filters, groups, sorting, formatting, charts, graphs, images, maps, etc. Reporting Services can be used with various tools and services, such as:



  • Report Designer: This is a GUI tool that allows you to create and modify report definitions (.rdl files) using a drag-and-drop interface. You can also use Report Designer to preview and test your reports before publishing them.



  • Report Manager: This is a web-based tool that allows you to manage and administer your reports and report server. You can use Report Manager to publish, organize, secure, schedule, deliver, and view your reports.



  • Report Server: This is a service that hosts and processes your reports and provides various functionalities, such as caching, rendering, delivery, security, etc. You can access Report Server using various protocols and interfaces, such as HTTP, SOAP, URL access, etc.



  • Report Viewer Controls: These are various controls that allow you to embed and display your reports in various applications or web pages using various technologies and languages, such as ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET Web Forms, ASP.NET MVC, Windows Forms, WPF, etc. You can also use Report Viewer Controls to print and export your reports to various formats, such as PDF, Excel, Word, etc.



How to use Integration Services with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




Integration Services is a component of MS SQL Server that allows you to extract, transform, and load data from various sources and destinations, such as files, databases, web services, etc. Integration Services supports various features, such as tasks, transformations, connections, variables, expressions, parameters, logging, error handling, etc. Integration Services can be used with various tools and services, such as:



  • Integration Services Designer: This is a GUI tool that allows you to create and modify Integration Services packages (.dtsx files) using a drag-and-drop interface. You can also use Integration Services Designer to debug and execute your packages.



  • Integration Services Service: This is a service that hosts and runs your Integration Services packages on demand or on a schedule. You can also use Integration Services Service to manage and monitor your packages and their executions.



  • Integration Services Command Prompt Utilities: These are various command-line tools that allow you to perform various operations on your Integration Services packages and service, such as deploying, executing, validating, encrypting, decrypting, etc.



  • Integration Services API: This is a programming interface that allows you to access and manipulate your Integration Services packages and service programmatically using various languages and technologies, such as C#, VB.NET, COM, etc. You can also use Integration Services API to create and modify Integration Services packages programmatically.



How to troubleshoot common issues with MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit may encounter various issues and errors during its installation, configuration, operation, or maintenance. Some of these issues and errors are:



  • Installation errors: These are errors that occur during the installation process of MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. Some of the possible causes and solutions for these errors are:



  • Invalid product key: This error occurs when you enter an incorrect or expired product key for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this error, you need to enter a valid product key that matches the edition and version of MS SQL Server that you are installing.



  • Insufficient disk space: This error occurs when you do not have enough free disk space on your drive to install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this error, you need to free up some disk space by deleting unnecessary files or moving them to another drive.



  • Incompatible operating system: This error occurs when you try to install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit on an operating system that does not support the Itanium processor architecture. To resolve this error, you need to install MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit on a Windows operating system that supports the Itanium processor architecture, such as Windows XP Professional x64 Edition or Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition.



  • Configuration errors: These are errors that occur during the configuration process of MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. Some of the possible causes and solutions for these errors are:



  • Invalid collation: This error occurs when you choose a collation that is not supported by MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this error, you need to choose a collation that is supported by MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit, such as SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS.



  • Invalid network protocol: This error occurs when you choose a network protocol that is not supported by MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this error, you need to choose a network protocol that is supported by MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit, such as TCP/IP.



  • Invalid port number: This error occurs when you choose a port number that is already in use by another application or service on your machine. To resolve this error, you need to choose a port number that is not in use by another application or service on your machine.



  • Operation errors: These are errors that occur during the operation of MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. Some of the possible causes and solutions for these errors are:



  • Connection failure: This error occurs when you cannot connect to MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit from your client application or tool. Some of the possible causes and solutions for this error are:



  • Incorrect server name or address: This cause occurs when you enter an incorrect server name or address for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this cause, you need to enter the correct server name or address for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit.



  • Incorrect username or password: This cause occurs when you enter an incorrect username or password for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this cause, you need to enter the correct username and password for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit.



  • Network failure: This cause occurs when there is a network problem that prevents you from connecting to MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. To resolve this cause, you need to check and fix your network connection and settings.



  • Query failure: This error occurs when you cannot execute a Transact-SQL statement or script on MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit. Some of the possible causes and solutions for this error are:



  • Syntax error: This cause occurs when you write a Transact-SQL statement or script that has a syntax error or does not follow the rules of Transact-SQL language. To resolve this cause, you need to correct the syntax error or follow the rules of Transact-SQL language.



  • Logical error: This cause occurs when you write a Transact-SQL statement or script that has a logical error or does not produce the expected result. To resolve this cause, you need to correct the logical error or modify the Transact-SQL statement or script to produce the expected result.



  • Data error: This cause occurs when you write a Transact-SQL statement or script that has a data error or does not match the data type, format, or value of the data in your database. To resolve this cause, you need to correct the data error or match the data type, format, or value of the data in your database.



  • Performance issue: This issue occurs when your MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit runs slowly or consumes too much resources. Some of the possible causes and solutions for this issue are:



  • Hardware limitation: This cause occurs when your hardware is not powerful enough to run MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit efficiently. To resolve this cause, you need to upgrade your hardware or reduce the workload on your MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit.



  • Configuration issue: This cause occurs when your configuration settings are not optimal for running MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit efficiently. To resolve this cause, you need to adjust your configuration settings or use the default settings for MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit.



  • Database design issue: This cause occurs when your database design is not optimal for running MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit efficiently. To resolve this cause, you need to improve your database design by using proper normalization, indexing, partitioning, etc.



  • Query design issue: This cause occurs when your query design is not optimal for running MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit efficiently. To resolve this cause, you need to improve your query design by using proper syntax, logic, joins, filters, aggregations, calculations, etc.



Where to find more resources on MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit?




If you want to learn more about MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit and its features and functionalities, you can refer to the following resources:



Official documentation: This is the official documentation of MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition 64 bit that


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