Questions tagged [compatibility-level]

Compatibility level is a SQL Server feature on the database level that can be used to make a database behave like it would be running on an older version of SQL Server than it actually is.

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Identity in a view treated as ordinary int - migrating from SQL Server 2000 to 2012

I'm migrating a very old platform from a SQL Server 2000 backend and MS Access 2003 as its frontend to SQL Server 2012 backend and MS Access 2010 as the frontend. This obviously means a bit of ...
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How do you get the default compatibility level in Azure SQL Database from T-SQL?

In on-prem SQL Server you can check the server version and multiply by 10 to get the maximum compatibility level supported by the server, or check the compatibility level of the model database to get ...
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Oracle forms and report 6i compatibility issue

Please advise,is there any compatibility issues with windows server 2008 64 bit and oracle forms and reports 6i? I am being asked to buy a new server with 32bit processors by my support provider. Are ...
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SQL 2005 SP2 Database on SQL 2012 Instance

I've an SQL Server 2005 SP2 instance that contain old databases that are not compatible with other SP of SQL Server 2005. Those databases are on physical server that don't have any space to backup ...
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Restoring AdventureWorks2014 Database to SQL Server 2017

I restored AdventureWorks2014 database from SQL Server 2014 to SQL Server 2017. (I restored it twice, I changed the name on the 2nd restore, of course) It works fine. Now I tried to change the ...