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ASP connection string to SQL Server 2005

Discussion in 'C#' started by gile, Oct 6, 2006.

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    HEELLLPPPPP

    I need to change from sql server 2000 to sql server 2005

    PROBLEM
    SEMrush
    i need a set of steps to connect to the sql 2005 in ASP web page
    i have made an ODBC connection to the server, like for sql2000 but no good.

    server name = damir

    Urgent Please

    Regards


    GILE
     
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  2. gile

    gile Peon

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    I have given up on SQL Server 2005

    BLOODY BILLY

    MYSQL is the way to stick with


    REGARDS
     
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  3. Free Born John

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    Set objDBConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")

    objDBConn.ConnectionString="driver={SQL Server};" _
    & "server=myserver;" _
    & "uid=mywebuser;" _
    & "pwd="verysecretindeed;"

    objDBConn.Open
    objDBConn.DefaultDatabase = "mydatabase"
     
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    ludwig Notable Member

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    <%
    dim strSQL
    set Global_DBConnection=Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    DSN="Driver={SQL Server};Server=[B]000.000.000.000[/B];Database=[B]DATABASENAME[/B];UID=[B]USERNAME[/B];PWD=[B]PASSWORD[/B]"
    Global_DBConnection.Open(DSN)
    %>
    Code (markup):
    change the words in BOLD with the ones you need
     
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