Microsoft ends the support for SQL Server 2008 R2

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Microsoft ends the support for SQL Server 2008 R2

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We would like to remind all our customers that Mainstream Support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 has ended a few years ago (July 8, 2014). Microsoft is ending support for these products as part of their Support Lifecycle policy, found in http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle.

Also the extended support will stop on July 9th 2019.

Smartdoc customers are encouraged to prepare and execute their upgrade plans as early as possible for these SQL versions.

Smartdoc recommends an upgrade to SQL 2017.

Smartdoc will support any SQL version from SQL 2012 and higher, but if you have an upgrade planned we strongly recommend to install the SQL 2017 upgrade.
Additionally, your software benefits from the many enhancements, fixes, and security updates provided through the latest releases.

The minimum requirements to run Smartdoc Spring 2019 (estimated release March 1st 2019) will still be compatible with SQL 2008 R2 and higher, but some new features and performance updates might not become available in this and future releases.

How to upgrade your SQL Server? Follow the instructions.

Please feel free to contact or Support for any question you might have.

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