I am trying to access an SQL server2008 database from a VWD 2008 express GridView. I create the SqlDataSource and connect it to the gridview and thenn run the page and it is not rendered on the page. Visible is set to true.
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When I try to attach a database using SQL server 2008 express version, it gives me an error message. it says
"Msg 18456, Level 14, State 1, Server LINDA\SQLEXPRESS, Line 1
Login failed for user 'LINDA\Linda'"
How can I fix this error?
So, we have an application that we've written to leverage SQL Express 2008 R2 - which our setup installs on the command line using the following instructions:
The code that does the installation can be found here:
//Path to the SQL Installation files
string strSQLPath =
//If we're on a 64-bit OS use the 64 bit setup
if (Wow.Is64BitOperatingSystem ==
Database 'Northwind' cannot be upgraded because it is read-only or has read-only files. Make the database or files writeable, and rerun recovery. (Microsoft SQL Server, Error: 3415)I have, of course, verified countless times that the files are NOT read-only.Could any please explain what could be happening here? All suggestions much appreciated.many thanks,Danny
Is there a program that I can download that aids in converting an access (accdb) file to sql express 2008 R2?
I am using SQL Server 2008 Express. I created a new DB and then used Distrib.exe to create and populate the tables. It worked fine. However then I deleted one of the tables and ran the command again from command prompt. It did not pick up the table
that I had dropped. I did not get any error messages but just a message saying, No replicated transactions are available. I checked the snapshot. The table I dropped is in the Snapshot. I am using a transactional Publication and Pull Subscription.
Any ideas why the the deleted table is being missed by Distrib??
Any help will be much appreciated.
I'll start off with the usual caveats.. new to the forum, new to programming, not a programmer by trade..just a dabbler
A little background..
I run a hockey pool for me and a few friends. I currently use Excel to produce everything. Every week I download a csv file from a stats reseller, update my pool, then run some macros to create web pages and upload those to my site. It works alright but I want to take my pool/site to the next level. So I decided to do a new site using ASP.NET and sql express.
My plan is to download an XML file from the same reseller and update my "Player" table every week with the "new" stats.
I used a Dataset, SqlDataAdapter, and the XML file from the reseller to populate my "Player" table in the beginning. It was pretty slick, pretty easy. My problem is I can't seem to figure out how to update my "Player" table with my new stats.
First I tried using the same Dataset/SqlAdapter but it threw a Primary Key exception, saying I couldn't insert that ID because it was already existing in the table. I can fill my dataset from the "Player" table change things and save it back to the "Player" table..but that's not what I want to do.
In my min
when i set the SQL Server database engine to NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE the install works correctly but when i set it to NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM i get a "Could not find the Database Engine startup handle." error , The Database engine services is
The Summary Log File
Final result: SQL Server installation failed. To continue, investigate the reason for the failure, correct the problem, uninstall SQL Server, and then
rerun SQL Server Setup.
Exit code (Decimal): -2061893609
Exit facility code: 1306
Exit error code: 23
Exit message: SQL Server installation failed. To continue, investigate the reason for the failure, correct the problem, uninstall SQL Server, and then
rerun SQL Server Setup.
We have a website that was using Sql server 2005. There was a option in Website where when a user clicks a button, Some tables data will be exported to an access database. To achieve this, we have setup a linked server to Access database.
We have moved from sql server 2005 to 2008 (64bit). We did not want to use that option of having a linked server now. I am looking for different ways to achieve the task. We also donot want to use OPENROWSET
and OPENDATASOURCE .
Can someone give some insight about this?
Currently, our Sharepoint Foundation 2010 's is installed in same server with SQL 2008 R2 express hosting the databases. We would like to move all the Sharepoint Foundation 2010 database to a new SQL 2008 R2 Standard Server. Can it be done?
In this technet document,
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc512725.aspx, it stated "The new database server must be running the same
version of Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server as the existing database server." Does it mean that I cannot move the database to SQL 2008 R2 Standard Server?