In a network, there are certain different installed versions of Microsoft SQL Server, starting with 2005, 2008 and 2008 R2.
Is there a specific option of MSDN that can fix the opening of new pages on the version of SQL Server that is being worked on?
For instance, can I set MSDN to open on Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, if I work only on that version?
EDIT in order to clarify what I am asking:
- When a user searches the Internet using a search engine for the syntax of a specific SQL statement, he might get to a MSDN web page such as the following one, which presents the "SELECT (Transact-SQL)" SQL statement:
Even if the user is logged in the MSDN system using a user name such as "UserName123", there are no apparent settings - or maybe I have not found them yet - so that the version of the Microsoft SQL Server can be pre-set. Currently, always the pages open with the latest version, which is "SQL Server 2014".
In this situation, the user has to select from the "Other Versions" drop-down list his preferred Microsoft SQL Server version, for instance "SQL Server 2005". There are cases when the user forgets to do that and reads the syntax for a version of Microsoft SQL Server that he is not interested in.
Finally, the question: Is it possible to automatically pre-set somehow, using any MSDN user configuration settings, the Microsoft SQL Server version that is automatically chosen when displaying information?