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Intercept SQL Queries?

Intercept SQL Queries?

Intercept SQL Queries?

How can I make SQL Server 2008 return the version info for SQL Server 2005?

I was thinking the easiest way might be to set up a "proxy" program that listens for requests, sends them to the sql 2008 server, modifies the version # of the SQL Server in the response and passes it back to the original program.

I'm not exactly sure how to do this though.  Any ideas?

RE: Intercept SQL Queries?

I suggest you ask this question in the SQL Server forum.

This forum is about ANSI SQL, i.e. dbms independent.

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