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Tag: SQL Server
Manually fail-over an SQL Server database mirroring session
How to perform a (forced) manual fail-over by using Transact-SQL in SQL Server 2017. This can only be initiated from the principal server, and the mirrored database must be synchronized (that is, when the database is in the SYNCHRONIZED state).
A connection string is sometimes a bit obscure. Do I need ODBC or OLE DB? When you need one and Google for it, you often find old ones that either don’t work at all anymore, or are not optimal. This article provides you with a couple of example connection strings to connect ASP.NET and ASP to Microsoft SQL Server or MySQL.
Ayo Olubeko of the SQL Server Blog writes in the SQL PowerShell: July 2016 update.
The July update for SSMS includes the first substantial improvement in SQL PowerShell in many years. We owe a lot of thanks for this effort to the great collaboration with our community. We have several new CMDLETs to share with you, but firstly, there is a very important change we had to make to be able to ship monthly updates to the SQL PowerShell component.
In this article I’ll show you how to install the Microsoft SQL Server Driver for PHP 7+. This makes the use of an SQL Server database back-end for your PHP website easy. If you want to communicatie with SQL Server using PHP you need to rely on some additional software and PHP extensions. This post walks you through the steps necessary to install the SQL Server driver and SQLSRV extension for PHP 7+, on Windows Server IIS of course.
Connect to SQL Server Compacy (SqlCe) database with ASP. Here is how to install the
Microsoft.SQLSERVER.CE.OLEDB.4.0 Provider and use classic ASP to connect to an SqlCe (SQL Server Compact) database sdf file, as a Microsoft Access database replacement. For Windows Server IIS. SQL Server Compact (SqlCe), the embedded database engine, is the default database for Visual Studio 2010 SP1 and WebMatrix 3. This means, it’s recommended to use SqlCe over Access nowadays.
Connect to an SQL Server database with PHP 5.3+ using the SQLSRV API and
sqlsrv_connect. As of PHP 5.3.2 you have to use the SQLSRV API functions to connect to an MS SQL Server database from PHP. For example, use
sqlsrv_connect() to create a connection resource and open a connection. The main difference with the older mssql functions of PHP is that SQLSRV requires an Array() with connection information, instead of strings.