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Does TMS support SQL always on?

As per the thread title, can anybody tell me if TMS supports the SQL feature "always on" ?

I don't know much about it, but our DB guys want to know.

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VIP Purple

Does TMS support SQL always on?

My understanding is that the "Always On" feature is part of SQL 2012 and SQL 2014.

TMS is currently only supported on SQL 2008 or SQL 2005 (but support for 2005 is being removed in a future TMS release - see the release notes for the latest version).

Wayne

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VIP Purple

Does TMS support SQL always on?

My understanding is that the "Always On" feature is part of SQL 2012 and SQL 2014.

TMS is currently only supported on SQL 2008 or SQL 2005 (but support for 2005 is being removed in a future TMS release - see the release notes for the latest version).

Wayne

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Does TMS support SQL always on?

Thanks Wayne, that's all I needed

VIP Purple

Re: Does TMS support SQL always on?

Hi Nick,

Rumour has it that SQL 2012 and Windows 2012 Server will be supported in a version of TMS coming in Q2 2014 if that helps your DB guys.  (See Dale's post at the end of this thread.

Wayne

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