This section explains the support Microsoft Provisioning System provides for provisioning database services with SQL Server 2000.
Microsoft Provisioning System does not include non-provider namespaces for accessing SQL Server. To access SQL Server functionality, you can use the SQL Provider included with Microsoft Provisioning Framework (MPF). To add additional business or provider logic, you can create custom procedures and non-provider namespaces. For more information about the SQL Provider, see the MPF Software Development Kit (SDK). For more information on the SDK and how to use it, see Microsoft Provisioning Framework SDK and documentation. For more information about creating custom namespaces, see Developing and Implementing Custom Namespaces.