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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: MsSQL Databases?

    I just got done writing the basics to a web application to interface with a MsSQL server. This app can connect to any MsSQL server on the web with the Server Name, Database Name, UID and PWD.

    I have tested it on several servers, but have only connected to servers on one network, does anyone have any test SQL Servers I could try to connect to...?

    If so, email me the Server Address, Database name, UID and PWD to me at astrait@neogenus.com

    Thanks
    Last edited by sabastious; 12-31-03 at 17:26.

  2. #2
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    This might be difficult to convince people to do. What is the purpose ?

  3. #3
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    For testing

    Originally posted by rnealejr
    This might be difficult to convince people to do. What is the purpose ?
    Well right now, I only have access to one SQL server, and I can connect to it fine with my Web App, but I wanted to test it on a different SQL server for testing

    Maybe you could just set up a test SQL Database to help me?

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    I wouldn't do that even for most of my family.

    Get yourself a copy of MSDE and install it somewhere and test with that.

    Dan

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    Originally posted by danielacroft
    I wouldn't do that even for most of my family.

    Get yourself a copy of MSDE and install it somewhere and test with that.

    Dan
    you wouldnt set up a TEST database? you can delete the db after I am done with it, I'm not asking you to give me access to a DB in use, it doesnt even have to have any tables, just a blank MsSQL DB.

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    You would have to access a users computer. By installing the MSDE you have the SQL data engine on your computer and you can create databases yourself.

  7. #7
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    Originally posted by sabastious
    you wouldnt set up a TEST database? you can delete the db after I am done with it, I'm not asking you to give me access to a DB in use, it doesnt even have to have any tables, just a blank MsSQL DB.
    I'm sorry, it's a security risk that I certainly wouldn't take. I don't know about other people on this board but I personally wouldn't expect anyone will be willing to help you.

    Sorry,
    Dan

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