Cannot Connect to SQLServer

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redhead3226
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Cannot Connect to SQLServer

Post by redhead3226 » Fri Mar 21, 2014 2:20 pm

Good Morning,

I cannot connect to our SQL server in order to reverse engineer a database. I even tried another SQL server database and couldn't connect. I even tried pinging both IP addresses with no success and many multiple formats for the host and instance or domain name. I even have a database user name and cannot login. I have other modeling tools on my computer that have no issues connecting to these databases. I used your help menu and installed SQLServer Express and made all the changes with still no success. Please help me figure this out. :oops:

donose.mihai
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Re: Cannot Connect to SQLServer

Post by donose.mihai » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:00 am

Press F1 in DbSchema and follow the steps to connect to your Sql Server.
Please let us know if it worked.

oil710
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Re: Cannot Connect to SQLServer

Post by oil710 » Fri May 02, 2014 7:42 am

I guess by now that you have solved the problem.

But this may help....

http://sqlkey.com/mssql-and-clarion/sql ... 2008-2012/

I had a LOT of issues connecting to SQL Server 2008 and 2012, and it was not the firewall, just the changed security implement in these versions of MS-SQL.

In the long run, I would recommend following the security defaults that Micrpsoft sets.

Oil

quamiTam
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Cannot Connect to SQLServer

Post by quamiTam » Mon Feb 04, 2019 7:30 pm

I decide to use RR and MySQL with my project. I have some experience in using SQL with other computer languages. However I have problem to get start with RR. My problem is:

Are there any sample scripts and tutorials to use RR connect and query with MySQL database?

Thanks and best regards

support
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Re: Cannot Connect to SQLServer

Post by support » Tue Feb 05, 2019 9:03 am

What do you mean with RR ?

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