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My SQL Server version at home is 661 and at my school's is 655, so every time I try to open my web's SQL Server database at school it says there is an error:

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So I thought that uploading the SQL Server version at school will fix it (or downgrading the SQL Server version in my home).

On both computers there is Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010

How do I upgrade the SQL Server version?

  • go to Microsoft downloads and download a newer version? – Max Vernon Feb 24 '14 at 3:29
  • the newset version there is the 655, like in my school. i dont know how it is possible – Omer Feb 24 '14 at 6:41
  • You likely need a service pack or a cumulative update. Both are available from the Microsoft download site. – Max Vernon Feb 24 '14 at 14:48
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Maybe a compatibility level will help you. You can define it in the options of your database under compatibility level. Change it to a version earlier of your current sql server at home. This way I'm sure it will be correctly used in your school.

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