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GeoServer and SQL Server 2012?

JohMcc
Hello List,

It is my understanding that the GeoServer extension for SQL Server supports up to version 2008…  Does anyone know if it can/does work with SQL Server 2012?
Or if there is a way to make that work?

thanks,
John
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Re: GeoServer and SQL Server 2012?

Jerome A. Wendell
John,

I am currently using GeoServer 2.6.5, with the extension for SQL Server, with SQL Server 2014 without any problems.

Thanks,

Jerome


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From: John McCarty [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Friday, May 13, 2016 10:54 AM
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Subject: [Geoserver-users] GeoServer and SQL Server 2012?

Hello List,

It is my understanding that the GeoServer extension for SQL Server supports up to version 2008…  Does anyone know if it can/does work with SQL Server 2012?
Or if there is a way to make that work?

thanks,
John
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Re: GeoServer and SQL Server 2012?

Stefano Iacovella
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I used GeoServer 2.8.3 for publishing data stored in SQL Server 2012.
It didn't require anything more than described in the official documentation.

Cheers

Stefano

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2016-05-13 16:54 GMT+02:00 John McCarty <[hidden email]>:
Hello List,

It is my understanding that the GeoServer extension for SQL Server supports up to version 2008…  Does anyone know if it can/does work with SQL Server 2012?
Or if there is a way to make that work?

thanks,
John
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