SQL Server 2005 Installation problems with SQL Server Express & SQL Server 2000
I have had SQL Server Express and Sql Server Management Studio Express installed on my machine for some time and recently tried to install a trial of SQL Server 2005 as well. (Yes, I'm migrating from Visual Studio Express to Visual Studio Professional, just as in tended!)
Everything went fine except that nothing seemed to be installed. I searched in all the obvious places - both on the Start/Programs menu and on the hard-drive: nothing.
A check under Add/Remove Programs showed that Sql Server 2005 Express was installed, but called SQL Server 2005.
So after a number o...SQL Server 7 or 2000 and SQL Anywhere 7 on the same server?
I want to run MS SQL Server 7 (and later 2000) on the same NT server as
SQL Anywhere 7. Are there any problems involved with this?
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Should be OK assuming that the machine has sufficient bandwidth/resources
for the total load of the two databases.
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> I want to run MS SQL Server 7 (and later 2000) on the ...2008 IIS7 connection to SQL Server 2000 on Web Server 2000: Login failed for user '(null)'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
I am setting up a windows 2008 IIS7 web server, and trying to connect to a windows 2000 sql server 2000 database. I have an IIS6 Windows 2000 web server activately connected just fine.
I have anonymous and windows authentication enabled. And in my web.config I have identity impersonate="true"
My sql server 2000 typically uses the IISUSER anonymous user set up in IIS6 on my original windows 2000 web server. But this new IIS7 is giving me grief. I can't seem to setup the IUSR or IISUSER or anything in it. I can't even use sql server credentials in my connection string altho...SQL Server 7 and SQL 2000
Can I connect to SQL 7 and SQL 2000 with Powerbuilder 7 Professional
this is also my question. if you hear something, please route to our
ps: i think there should be a solution via OLE DB provider or ADO.
but until now i do not succeed in this.
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"Frank Black" <kd...This version of Microsoft Sql Server Management Studio can only be used to connect to Sql Server 2000 and Sql Server 2005 servers
When I connect SQL Server 2005 to a remote database i get the error: "This version of Microsoft Sql Server Management Studio can only be used to connect to Sql Server 2000 and Sql Server 2005 servers".
Can I confirm it is because: the remote db is of SQL Server 2008?
There is a soln mentioned in http://forums.asp.net/t/1324047.aspx
Did anybody try this (installing 2008 express: http://www.microsoft.com/express/sql/download/)? I am just checking again, whether it will disturb my existing SQL Server installation, in any means...?
Though it is mentioned that it will g...Problem with showing diagrams when attaching a Sql Server 2000 database in Sql Server 2005
I have a database created in MS SQL Server 2000 with some tables and diagrams.I have attached that database in SQL Server 2005 but when i want to access and showthe diagrams i face the following error message :Database diagram support object can not be installed because this database does not havevalid owner,to continue first use the files page of database dialog box or alter the authorizationstatement to set the database owner to valid login then add the database diagram support object.I have created a role with required permissions but i still have the problem(I still can't show the di...SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 in the same server
Can enyone please send me a link to a white paper explaining how to run both SQL Server 2000 and 2005 in the same machine?Thanks.
I don't know about the white paper but I had both running on my machine for a while by making the SQL 2000 a named instance. So for SQL 2005 connection strings my server name was (local) while for SQL 200 using the named instance it was (local)\joesql where joesql was the instance nameHope it helps,Joe http://www.joeaudette.comhttp://www.mojoportal.com...PROBLEM with PB 7.0.3 AND SQL SERVER 7.0 USING SQL CURSOR
I am having a problem running a sql command with a cursor with Native
drivers for MS sql Server 7.0.If i use ODBC or take out the order by clause
in the statement it works fine
By the way I am running powerbuilder 7.0.3 build 10009
The error code is :
(Error 10008 (DB-Library) DB-Library Severity Level 9 Message Text ad
token from SQL Server: Datastream processing out of synchronization)
here a sample of the code
DECLARE cur_Sec1 CURSOR FOR
SELECT DISTINCT COL1,COL2
WHERE COL1 = ???
ORDER BY COL1 ASC ; <<<<<<<<<<<
...A Problem to Connect SQL Server 2000 Through MSS MS SQL Server 6.x Interaface
We have two SQL Server 2000 database servers. I have no problem to connect
serverA through MSS MS SQL Server 6.X. But I cannot connect to serverB
through MSS MS SQL Server 6.X.
I tried to connect to serverB through ODBC. It is connected well, but there
was error message said "Catalog tables could not be created and are not
available for use."
My PowerBuilder version is 7.0.2 and build 8046.
...Force SQL Server to recompile stored procedures every time they run (SQL Server 7/2000)
This is a solution for a very specific problem, and it's one that you'll hardly ever use, but it's important to know about that one scenario where it can save your neck. Ordinarily, stored procedures are only recompiled if they're no longer in the procedure cache. But if a stored procedure's execution plan is still in the cache, then SQL Server reuses the compiled storedprocedure and its existing execution plan. This is almost always the best course of action. Almost always, but not always.Sometimes, however, reusing an existing plan doesn't offer the most efficient performance. Imagine, for...SQL Server 2000 Developer vs SQL Server 2000 Standard
I have installed the SQL Server 2000 developer that came with Office XP Developer. I now have a copy of SQL Server 2000 Standard. What will happen if I try to install the standard version? Will I loss any of my current database logins or settings, etc...?
Thank you for any help,Thank youJackxxx
Upgrading your version of SQL Server 2000 should not result in the loss of any information that you already have set up. I believe you can/should choose "Upgrade, remove, or add components to an existing instance of SQL Server" when you go to install SQL Server 2000 Standard.
TerriT...Problems with Linked servers between sql 2000 and sql 2005
I have created linked server object between a sql 2000 and sql 2005 database. i have the latest mdacs installed and all the services enabled on both sides.
But when i try and run a sql statement on the sql 2000 side i get this error:
[DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (PreLoginHandshake()).]General network error. Check your network documentation.
If i try and run a swl statment on the sql server 2005 side the procedure works.
Has anyone experienced the same problem?Any advice?
Thank you so much for the help.
Try also posting to the SQ...Connection string for default instance of SQL Server 2005, on a box also running a named instance of SQL Server 2000
The box I am trying to connect to is running two instances of SQL Server.
There is a SQL Server 2005 instance which is the default. There is a SQL Server 2000 instance which is named 'SQLSERVER'.
I can connect to the SQL Server 2000 instance no problem:<add key="ConnectionString" value="server=MYPC\SQLSERVER;database=mydatabase;user id=****;password=****" />
However, I am having trouble connecting to the Default SQL Server 2005 instance. I have tried:
<add key="ConnectionString" value="server=MYPC;database=mydatabase;user i...Bulk Copy between remote SQL Server 2000 and local SQL Server 2000
How to perform Bulk Copy of a table from a Remote SQL Server 2000 to Local SQL Server 2000?I need to do this programmatically. This will be performed on regular basis. I can't use DTS Import/Export Wizard. Need the steps of Bulk Insertion.Thanks in advance. With Regards,Prodipta Mondal.Please remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
Need the steps of Bulk Insertion.
Connect to the remote SQL Server.
Load a DataTable or DataReader
Connect to the local Server
Call the SQLBulkCopy,WriteTo...