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Old September 3rd, 2003, 03:32 PM
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Default problems with database connectivity.. help...

I have got problems with ASP and SQL SERVER2000 database connectivity as well as ASP and MSAccess2000.
For ASP/SQL Server2000 - As this i am using a stand alone system, i had to install sql server desktop engine. i did that. but still i could'nt log onto sql query analyzer using usernamke as 'sa', with servername as 'systemname' and windows authentication i connect into sql server query analyser. created database, tables and all. but when it comes to connectivity with ASP it gives an error stating that "could not find the server .... ". for windows authentication there's a seperate code for asp & sql server connectivity.. i tried through that also, but still the same problem.
Then i tried connecting asp and access.. but got an error stating "could not find installable ISAM".. i tried to convert the database to prior versions and connect.. but still the same problem..
please help me out with this hassle..
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Sounds like you have not installed SQL Server and have only installed the client software. When you install SQL Server, you set the sa account password, and as such, you would know it. Run the install disks again but make sure you install the full server, not just the client

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