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Default MS SQL Database Connection

Hi there

I use a global file to connect to our MS SQL Server 2000 db which resides on our web server. If I wanted to create a remote connection would I just need to change the dsn?

from

dsn='database'

to

dsn='192.168.2.1/database'

thanks

Adam






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