New sales of PCLaw Pro now ship as a SQL version. In Ontario, most PCLaw Pro firms have been using the product for many years before the SQL version existed. As we receive new versions and new product keys, the option of SQL is there.
Should you use the SQL version?
An interesting question as usual. Moving to SQL does not mean a faster application in everyway. In theory the SQL data should be better protected and have better integrity. End users cannot navigate to the data folder and delete portions of the database. To end, we have many Pro firms that use the non SQL version and have no issues and no added SQL expense, although you can use the free version of SQL.
Is it difficult?
No it is rather easy assuming you have SQL installed and have connectivity from the workstations. I upgraded my data and here is the video: