Connect to SQL Server Dialog
Use the Connect to SQL Server dialog box to connect to a Microsoft® SQL
UN-REGISTERED WILL APPEAR UNTIL YOUR COPY HAS BEEN REGISTERED.
Specify the name of an instance of SQL Server to which you want to connect.
Display the list of active SQL Server database servers on the
network. This list only displays instances of SQL Server on Windows NT. This
functionality is not available on computers running the Microsoft Windows 95 or
Windows 98 operating system. UN-REGISTERED copies are limited to (local). In
order to run the demo you must have a local instance of Microsoft SQL Server
running on the machine in which the UN-REGISTERED copy is being ran. The
SQL Server drop down list will be populated with the instances of SQL running
on your network, once registered. You can also type in a domain of an
instance of SQL server, for web hosted instances.
Default connection: (local) Your local instance of SQL server on the same
machine your executing SQLDataLayer.
Specify the type of authentication to use when connecting to the
||Specify that SQL Server will use the Windows user
information to validate the user. This option is only available when connecting
to an instance of SQL Server on your local area network. The client needs to be
part of a Windows domain or workgroup. The user needs to be validated as a
Windows user before access is granted.
|SQL Server Authentication
||Specify the use of standard SQL Server security
validation. This is the default and only available option for an instance of
SQL Server on the Windows 95 or Windows 98 operating system. It is optional for
an instance of SQL Server on Windows NT, XP, 2000, 2003. The login must be
added to the SQL Server before a user can log in.
||Specify a login recognized in SQL Server.
||Specify the password for the login name.