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Now that you know you have a fast enough processor, it is time to check whether you have enough memory in the system. All the editions of SQL Server, with the exception of the Windows Express and Mobile versions, require a minimum of 512MB of RAM onboard your computer. Many of the editions that could be used will run with this, although you shouldn t have too many more applications open and running as they could easily not leave enough memory for SQL Server to run fast enough. Microsoft recommends 1GB or above, and really double that at least for when you start using your SQL Server in earnest. The Windows Express and the Mobile versions have a minimum of 128MB of RAM. Moving the other way, if you wanted to run the Enterprise Edition, then a minimum, and I mean a bare minimum, of 1GB really should be installed, especially if you want to use any of the more advanced features. The more memory the better: I really would recommend a minimum of 1GB on any computer that a developer is using, with 2GB ideal and sufficient to give good all-around performance. If a process can be held in memory, rather than swapped out to hard drive or another area while you are running another process, then you are not waiting on SQL Server being loaded back into memory to start off where it left off. This is called swapping and the more memory, the less swapping could, and should, take place. Taking CPU speed and memory together as a whole, it is these two items that are crucial to the speed that the computer will run, and having sufficient speed will let you develop as fast as possible.
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You will need lots! But name a major application these days that doesn t need lots! For SQL Server alone, ignoring any data files that you are then going to add on top, you will need over 1GB of space. Certainly, the installation options that will be used later in the chapter will mean you need this amount of space. You can reduce this by opting not to install certain options, for example, Books Online; however, even most notebooks these days come with a minimum 40GB, and 80GB is not uncommon either. Hard disk space is cheap as well, and it is better to buy one disk too large for your needs than have one hard drive that suits now, and then have |to buy another later, with all the attendant problems of moving information to clear up space on the original drive. Again, you will need spare space on the drive for the expansion of SQL Server and the databases, as well as room for temporary files that you will also need in your development process. So think big big is beautiful!
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You will find that SQL Server 2005 will run on Windows 2000 Professional Edition and above with Service Pack 4, or all editions of Windows XP Service Pack 2 or above. It will also work on the 64-bit operating systems for Windows XP, as well as the 64-bit editions of Windows Server 2003. So there is plenty of scope for running SQL Server on many operating systems.
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In order to demonstrate SQL Server 2005 fully, together we will develop a system for a financial company that will have features such as banking, share purchase, and regular buying, such as a unit trust savings plan, etc. This is an application that could fit into a large organization, or with very minor modifications could be used by a single person to record banking transactions. The book builds on this idea and develops the example, demonstrating how to take an idea and formulate it into a design with the correct architecture. It should be said, though, that the example will be the bare minimum to make it run, as I don t want to detract from SQL Server. The book will give you the power and the knowledge to take this example, expand it to suit your financial application needs, and give it the specifics and intricacies that are required to make it fully useful for yourself. But before we can get to this point, we need to install SQL Server.
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