how to connect ssms from visual studio using a domain account or service account ?
I try to transfer a classic-asp-application from Windows Server 2008R2/II7 to 2016/II10 and SQL 2008 to SQL 2016. The application works fine with IIS10 and SQL 2008. Also with IIS7 and SQL 2016.
SSIS package works fine in Visual Studio, But when deployed it says gives error, SQL Jobs fails execution
I'm trying to make use of gMSA's to connect from ASP/X code to an MS SQL 2016 server. I've configured the gMSA with permissions on the target database and set up the gMSA on the source server, but can't get a connection string configured to use the account.
Remote MySQL Linked Server deployed in SQL Express Management Studio do not show any content and structure, it only LIST NAME of the tables belongs to the remote connected MySQL database
Hi everyone I´m working with Visual studio data tools to create a DTSX that will work in SSIS. when I create the ODBC Connection I need to write a USER and PASSWORD for this connection but the password is not persistent.
Connection is not opening when I try to open using VB.Net to MS SQL server 2016 with port 1600. My connection string is "Public globconnectionstring As String = "Server=learningserver.com,1600;Database=learning;User ID=readonly;Password=readonly"
i have installed SQL server 2016 on a VPS that is running Win server 2016, i have enabled TCP/IC conectivity and made inbound rules for ports 1433,1434 and SQLSERV.exe.
I have domain name, and host account with a service provider. I want to host a sql server database through the service provider. I'm developing a windows forms application that I want to access this database. Whats the way to go with this situation?
Hi , kindly assist.. am trying to import data from excel to sql database. am using excel 2016. am getting the following error " "System.ArgumentException: Keyword not supported: 'provider"
I seem to be having problem with connection a SQL Server 2016 with AlwaysOn feature using the user credentials. Our DBA created a contained database user.