My company is implementing new features in our product line that will force customers to upgrade to SQL Server 2008. I can't make sense of MS's pricing for SQL Server upgrades any longer (i.e., it seems they've gone away from the notion of a SQL Server 'upgrade' license). Does anyone know a ballpark figure for what it would cost to upgrade from SQL 2000 to 2008, SQL 2005 to 2008 (primarily the Single Processor License) We'd like to be able to tell customers an approximate cost (or roll some of it into our own price, etc.)
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