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SQL Server is the next tab in the Axapta Configuration Utility window. This tab applies only when the database selected in the Database tab is Microsoft SQL Server. As with the Database tab, the client uses the parameters in this tab only when running in 2-tier mode or in 3-tier fat client mode. When running in 3-tier thin client mode, all data access goes through the AOS, so these parameters are defined in the server configuration instead. This tab consists of the two control groups shown in Figure 3-5.
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Figure 3-5. The SQL Server tab of the Axapta Configuration Utility
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This control group specifies information about the database Axapta will use, as well as information it needs to be able to log in to it.
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Note The combo boxes in this group should provide you with a list of ODBC system data sources for
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Microsoft SQL Server, SQL Server instances on the network, and databases for the selected data source or SQL Server instance, respectively. In practice it doesn t always work, so just type the respective names.
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The Data Source combo box specifies an ODBC system data source to use for connecting to Microsoft SQL Server. However, Axapta does not require a data source to work with Microsoft SQL Server even though it s common practice to create and specify one. The Server combo box lets you directly specify a Microsoft SQL Server instance, and the necessary ODBC data source will be generated automatically when needed. In the Server field enter the name of your server as specified by your SQL Server Service Manager. Simply accept the values already specified for you.
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Note Specifying an ODBC data source and specifying a server are exclusive. The first introduces a slight
overhead and an unnecessary attack surface for the system. Consequently, we always specify the server. If you have installed SQL Server on the same machine as Axapta, specifying (local) as your SQL Server instance is the same as specifying the actual instance name.
The Database combo box specifies the database to connect to in the SQL Server instance specified. The default is AXDB, which we created when we installed. The DBMS Options text box provides a way of specifying ODBC parameters not supported by the Axapta Configuration Utility user interface. The parameters are appended and follow the standard ODBC convention: key1 = value1; key2 = value2. The Database User ID text box allows you to specify the user ID for logging on to the database. The default user ID that Axapta creates at installation time is bmssa, and that is what your text box should display if you accepted the default user ID at installation. If you specified your own user ID during installation, you should now see that instead.
Note You can see in Figure 3-5 that we didn t use the default user ID. For security reasons disable and do
not use default users; instead create you our own rather than accepting bmssa as Axapta suggests by default.
The Database Password Controls
The Password group contains two radio buttons Default Password and Use This Password that allow you to specify whether to use the default Axapta password (bmssa_pwd) or a password that you specify in the Password and Confirm text boxes. Check the Default Password radio button only if you like to live dangerously. We regularly hear from people who, either after installation or after using Axapta for some time, are unable to start Axapta, and they receive the error dialog shown in Figure 3-6.
Figure 3-6. Axapta startup database connection error
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The cause is generally one of three things: The password is outright wrong and does not correspond to the user ID this is the least common, however. You are using Windows authentication, wherein the user ID specified is a Windows domain user ID specially created for Axapta, and the password has expired without you noticing since it s not the account with which you log on to the network. SQL Server authentication is set to Windows only and the user ID does not correspond to an existing domain account. In this case the solution is to set the authentication mode to mixed, i.e., SQL Server and Windows. You do this in the SQL Server Enterprise Manager. Open the properties dialog for the SQL Server instance specified in the Server combo box, then go to the Security tab and select the correct mode, as shown in Figure 3-7. If you have chosen to use MSDE, this is a registry setting.
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