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> SSMA Dev Team Blog - Access And SSMA
Posted by DougY - Dec-28-16 - 0 replies

The SSMA Dev team published a blog article about working with Access and SSMA (SQL Server Migration Assistants). If you are migrating, or planning on migrating your database to SQL Server, it's worth reading.
Access connectivity components for SSMA

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> Pere_de_chipstick Achieves 10,000 Post
Posted by argeedblu - Nov-21-16 - 23 replies
2016 Nov 21

UA Member and moderator pere_de_chipstick (Bernie) has just achieved the 10,000 post milestone! Since joining UA in 2007, Bernie has been providing excellent help and advice to many, many members. It is always a pleasure to read and participate in his threads.

Congratulations Bernie and thanks for being a part of our community and all you do here.
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> SQL Server Features Released To Express And Other Editions
Posted by jleach - Nov-17-16 - 0 replies
Microsoft has released SP1 of SQL Server 2016, which makes more available a number of features that were previously only available in Enterprise editions.

For full details, head over to the MSDN blog (https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/sqlrelease...1-sp1-released/), but here's a quick list of the new features available to all:

- Row Level Security
- Dynamic Data Masking
- Database snapshot
- Columnstore
- Partitioning
- Compression
- In Memory OLTP
- Always Encrypted
- PolyBase
- Fine grained auditing
- Multiple filestream containers
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