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Although SQL Server Management Studio installation is user friendly (more or less) people still seem to bump into different issues. There are lots of tutorials and instructions online, and I personally followed the ones found in this article: -server-management-studio-step-step-installation-guide/




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I also recommend reading a step-by-step tutorial on installing SSMS 2008 Express after Visual Studio 2010 which can be found here: -by-step-installing-sql-server-management-studio-2008-express-after-visual-studio-2010.aspx


Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE) is a free, easy-to-use graphical management tool for managing SQL Server 2005 Express Edition and SQL Server 2005 Express Edition with Advanced Services. The tool includes both script editors and graphical tools which work with objects and features of the server.


The Visual Studio integrated shell that powers SSDT does not include the Team Explorer component that provides the full integration with TFS 2010. Team Explorer is a free download (but requires a TFS CAL, also included with your MSDN license) that you can install to add this functionality. Download and install Team Explorer 2010. When the installation completes, you should download and re-install the Visual Studio 2010 SP1 (this was automatically installed for you). To connect to TFS 2010, first make sure the Team Explorer view is visible. If not go to the View menu and select Team Explorer. In the Team Explorer toolbar, select the plus icon highlighted below to open the Connect to Team Project dialog and then select Servers to show you the Add/Remove Team Foundation Server dialog. Finally, click the Add button to create the connection to the appropriate TFS 2010 Server. In addition to the SCM features with TFS 2010, this includes bug tracking, agile project management capabilities, build automation, test case management, and more.


SQL Server 2012 EManagement Studio can easily be connected to Microsoft SQL Server instance by supplying the correct credentials. Once you have connected the schemas for every database is displayed in tree view in the Object Explorer and can be easily browsed. You can perform all the routine database management tasks with Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and you can create new database and expand the current tables by adding the new rows and columns. SQL Server 2012 EManagement Studio enables you to change, rename and delete the records and manage tables and views. All in all SQL Server 2012 EManagement Studio is an imposing application which can be used for managing multiple SQL server instances and set up the database engine and connection queries. You can also download SQL Server 7.0.


Historically, every release of SQL Server had an accompanying release of a businessintelligence development environment. This was always either a set of templatesinstalled into Visual Studio, or if Visual Studio was not already present, a shellof Visual Studio only capable of handling BI projects. With this tool, you coulddevelop Integration Services, Analysis Services and Reporting Services projects.Initially, this tool was called Business Intelligence Development Studio or BIDS.In SQL Server 2012, it was renamed to SQL Server Data Tools. However, Microsofthad also another product called SQL Server Data Tools; with this tool you couldcreate and manage SQL Server database projects. The BI tool was available on theSQL Server installation media, while the database tool was a separate (and free)download. Because this caused quite some confusion, SSDT was renamed to SQL ServerData Tools for Business Intelligence or SSDT-BI. Since SQL Server 2016, the BI toolsare now coupled together with the database tool and the entire toolset is now namedSQL Server Data Tools or SSDT. An overview:


Copy the SQL Server installation media you downloaded from SAP to a temporary location on your server with at least 7 or 8 GB of free space (e.g. C:\source\SQLServer). Expand \Source\SQLServer\x86-x64\ServicePacks and create a subfolder called SPxCUy (where x and y represent the Service Pack and Cumulative Update numbers you downloaded, e.g. SP2CU4). Copy the SP and CU executables you downloaded from Microsoft into this subfolder. If there are older SP and CU folders present, you may optionally delete them.


This database utility is free to the public from Microsoft. This utility is delivered with SELECTserver but is absolutely the same as the version available from Microsoft. The SELECTserver Administration Site that is displayed in the aforementioned Internet Information Services (IIS) along with a delivered smaller utility from Bentley SELECTserver Database Setup Utility (DSU) allows SELECTserver to communicate with the SQL Database. This database stores your actual License Configuration file that it will download from the Bentley Servers during the installation process. Queries to the database from SELECTserver determine the actual Right to Run (RTR) status of all your applications, be it a single seat of a particular application or a SELECT agreement for unlimited usage to all Bentley applications. All actual usage information from the client information is also stored in the database and updated to the Bentley server at predetermined intervals. The details of this action are covered in the SELECTserver FAQ included previously in this document.A database is a constantly changing and growing entity that will require some maintenance of its own. Microsoft developed the SQL Express Management Studio tool for this purpose. It is a graphical management tool for the SQL databases. All basic and many complicated SQL actions can be administered from it. It is strongly recommended that you implement this tool into your environment. Microsoft does offer some "Best Practices" documents that can be found online.


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