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Backward Compatibility

The following sections contain backward compatibility information for SQL Server components. This content includes information about deprecated features, discontinued features, breaking changes, and behavior changes.

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Topic

Description

SQL Server Backward Compatibility

Contains topics that describe changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your applications. Features that are included in this topic area include data programmability, surface area configuration tools, Setup, SQL Server services, and other broad functionality changes.

SQL Server Database Engine Backward Compatibility

Contains topics that describe Database Engine changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your applications.

Analysis Services Backward Compatibility

Contains topics that describe Analysis Services changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your applications.

Integration Services Backward Compatibility

Describes Integration Services changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your existing Data Transformation Services applications.

Reporting Services Backward Compatibility

Contains topics that describe SSRS changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your existing Reporting Services solutions.

Backward Compatibility (Master Data Services)

Contains topics that describe Master Data Services changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to your existing Master Data Services solutions.

Replication Backward Compatibility

Contains topics that describe Database Engine changes in SQL Server that might require you to make changes to existing Replication solutions.

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