Last month (Jul 2002) I received 3 e-mails asking to explain the differences in SQL 2000 editions. As always I did a little research on this to get my ducks in a row. I was surprise to find how little I knew about this. SQL Server 2000 contains many features that help businesses manage and analyze data, but one "feature" that might not be so obvious is the selection of SQL Server 2000 editions. There are seven different editions to choose from. This white paper explains the differneces between them and will hopefully help out in which would be the best for your situation.