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    I was wondering if vbulliten has support for SQL server, as I have a potential client who has 100 megs of SQL database space and does not want to invest in MySQL space from his server (his sql db is hosted on another server) - He's very interested in Vbulliten but I wanted to be sure I can use SQL, as I know there are some differences in Queries used between MySQL and SQL Server.

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    At this time mySQL is the only database supported. Others may be added in the future but there's no timeline and no databases have been decided on.
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      Where can I download these other databases?

      Like SQL Server; the win2000 one; and that ProstgrateSql thing on f2s ?
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        Well if you have a spare $1k or so you can get MS SQL Server. PostgresSQL is available from http://www.postgresql.net.

        There are links for older versions of Oracle/Sybase around on these boards as well (search for posts by MattR).

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          Originally posted by JamesUS
          Well if you have a spare $1k or so you can get MS SQL Server. PostgresSQL is available from http://www.postgresql.net.

          There are links for older versions of Oracle/Sybase around on these boards as well (search for posts by MattR).
          Thx man
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