Sneak Preview NetWeaver  04 SP16 Install with SQL Server 2000

Sneak Preview NetWeaver 04 SP16 Installation instruction refer to MaxDB Database Manager and SQL Studio.
Is it possible to use  MS SQL Server 2000 Enterprise instead? What is the installation procedure?
Message was edited by: Laxmi Rastogi

no. You need a different installer for that.
If you have access to offcial Netweaver DVDs - ther is an SQL Server version.

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