w2k to 2003 server upgrade compatibility report


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Ismael

When I run the 2003 server compatibility report on my W2K server running SQL
2000 the report is showing SQL server 6.5. Yet when I ran select @@version
in Query Analyzer it is showing SQL 2000. I don't feel comfortable upgrading
the server OS to 2003 until I find out why my SQL is showing as SQL server
6.5 instead of 2000. I am afraid it will disable my SQL server. Any ideas
why and how to resolve the issue.

Looking forward any ideas or solution on how to fix the issue.

Ismael
 
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Ismael

Thanks for your direction Dave. I will post the question to the SQL group
before I will upgrade my server OS to 2003.

Ismael

Dave Patrick said:
Personally I'd backup the databases then restore them after a successful
upgrade but try asking them here.

http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx?dg=microsoft.public.sqlserver.server&cat=en_US_671e06d0-f20d-4bb3-9c6a-42c825ddb1dc&lang=en&cr=US



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Regards,

Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
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Ismael said:
When I run the 2003 server compatibility report on my W2K server running
SQL
2000 the report is showing SQL server 6.5. Yet when I ran select
@@version
in Query Analyzer it is showing SQL 2000. I don't feel comfortable
upgrading
the server OS to 2003 until I find out why my SQL is showing as SQL server
6.5 instead of 2000. I am afraid it will disable my SQL server. Any
ideas
why and how to resolve the issue.

Looking forward any ideas or solution on how to fix the issue.

Ismael
 
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