Getting Assistance (SQL Server 2012)

There are three principal sources of information from Microsoft about SQL Server:

  • The documentation and tutorials installed with SQL Server.

  • The SQL Server sites on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and TechNet.

  • SQL Server information on other Microsoft Web sites.

If you do not find the information you are looking for in these sources, you can either post questions in the SQL Server community forums and newsgroups, or you can open a support case with Microsoft support.

For information about free SQL e-books, see Free eBooks on SQL Server, Microsoft Azure, and More.

In This Section

  • Getting SQL Server Assistance
    Contains links to the primary sources of information about SQL Server 2012. The topic also contains links to support sites.

  • Accessibility for People with Disabilities
    Describes the products, features, and services that make SQL Server more accessible to people with disabilities.

  • Providing Feedback for SQL Server 2012
    Describes how to provide suggestions and bug reports about the product features and user interface, submit documentation feedback, and opt to send error reports and usage data automatically to Microsoft for analysis.

See Also


What's New in SQL Server 2012

Installation for SQL Server 2012