By the way, it's important to note that upgrading to SQL Server 2005 from SQL Server 2000 may not have any positive impact upon your application's performance. Before upgrading, make sure to carefully analyze the system in order to determine what is causing the poor performance. It is quite possible that you'll be able to fix the issue without upgrading.
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