The team who builds Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals is collecting input on which 3rd-party (non-Microsoft) database providers they should be partnering with for future releases. Microsoft SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 are the two databases supported in the current release, but the team is investing in infrastructure which would allow partners to build support for non-Microsoft databases as well.
If you would like to provide your input please take 5-10 minutes to respond to this brief survey:
Your feedback is very important and will be used directly by the product planning teams. Even if you don't use Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals today, but you are interested in the functionality it provides for database change management, please consider taking this survey or forwarding it on to a colleague.
The DBPro team is collecting input from customers on which 3 rd party (non-Microsoft) database providers
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