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Microsoft system clr types for sql server 2014

Microsoft MCSE SQL Server 2014 70-464: Introduction to 70-464: Developing SQL Server 2014 Databases

Data Collection

P3P policies declare the data they collect in groups (also referred to as "statements"). This policy contains 4 data groups. The data practices of each group will be explained separately.

Group "Access log information"

We collect the following information:

  • Click-stream data
  • Search terms
  • Last URI requested by the user
  • User agent information

This data will be used for the following purposes:

ENU\x64\BalancedDataDistributor-amd64.msi

ENU\x64\ODataSourceForSQLServer2014-amd64.msi

ENU\x64\PowerShellTools.msi

ENU\x64\RBS.msi

ENU\x64\SapBI.msi

A1) If you are not going to use your server in a production environment, you can just get SQL Server Developer’s Edition and you can read more about it over here.

Recommendation: Apply the latest Cumulative Update above.

This on-demand hotfix addressed two primary issues (and 11 others): (1) CU1 was not capable of slipstream, and (2) SSAS was not properly targeted for CU1 updates.

Recommendation: Use the latest CU above; these fixes are all included.

SP1 Cumulative Update #1 includes

, including all of the fixes from the RTM Cumulative Updates published up to and after SP1 was released (CU #6, CU #7, and CU #8 – see

if you don't want to cross-reference all those fixes manually). One of the more important fixes is one that involves partial (and thus incorrect) results from a clustered columnstore index with a corrupted rowgroup (more gory details in

and

).

    The Microsoft Drivers for PHP for SQL Server are PHP 5 extensions that allows for the reading and writing of SQL Server data from within PHP scripts. The SQLSRV extension provides a procedural interface while the PDO_SQLSRV extension implements PDO for accessing data in all editions of SQL Server 2005 and later.

Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 Transact-SQL ScriptDom

    Microsoft SQL Server Transact-SQL ScriptDom is a .NET Framework API that provides parsing and scripting services for Transact-SQL. This API supports SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014 versions.
      Filename: X86 and x64 Package(SQLDOM.MSI)
    Filename: X86 and x64 Package(SQLDOM.MSI)

Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 Transact-SQL Compiler Service

    Microsoft SQL Server Transact-SQL Compiler Service is a set of components that provide the compilation and validation services for Transact-SQL. This component can be used only via the Microsoft SQL Server Data-Tier Application Framework build API.
      Filename: X86 and x64 Package(SQLLS.MSI)
    Filename: X86 and x64 Package(SQLLS.MSI)

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But hold on one moment. I used SQL Server 2014, should I not use Report Viewer 2014 Redistributable Package? Hmm…I could not find any clear statement from Microsoft, so I tried to install Report Viewer 2014 Redistributable Package and then run the SCOM console install wizard again. But first I needed to find the Report Viewer 2014 Redistributable Package source. There is no download from Microsoft directly, so I searched the SQL Server 2014 sources for this program. Finally I found it in the 1033_ENU_LP\x64\Setup\ReportViewer.msi path

Code Downloads

ENU\x86\SharedManagementObjects.msi

ENU\x86\SQL_AS_ADOMD.msi

ENU\x86\SQL_AS_AMO.msi

ENU\x86\SQL_AS_OLEDB.msi

OEM distributionPC manufacturers

What PC manufacturers (OEMs) have it installed?

Dell23.27%
Hewlett-Packard21.80%
ASUS14.39%
Acer10.90%
Lenovo10.19%
GIGABYTE5.29%
Toshiba4.96%
Samsung3.76%
Alienware1.85%
MSI1.80%
Intel1.25%
Apple0.54%

Common models

ASUS All Series7.97%
HP Pavilion g6 Notebook P...3.22%
HP Pavilion 15 Notebook P...3.08%
LENOVO 202172.80%
Dell Inspiron 35212.24%
HP ENVY 15 Notebook PC 1.82%

Common models


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