I m poor in using MOSS Microsoft Office Share Point.
I have web application in ASP using IIS and SQL Server 2005.
Now if I have no licence for SQL Server 2005 can I use MOSS as an alternative for SQL Server 2005?
Is it possible to create / attach data base in MOSS / MOSS related SQL instance/databases?
Is it true that with MOSS we get SQL Server Express Edition included? If so can we also create Jobs / work with SQL Server Agent ?
Please reply to my queries even if it is big foolish question. I could not get exact answer from Google / MSDN.
SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Office Share Point, IIS
September 2, 2009 1:56 AM
September 3, 2009 6:24 PM