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Figure 4-6. Configuring the SQL Server authentication mode
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The next screen allows you to set the configuration options (see Figure 4-7). There are two main options that you can set. The first is Enable User Instances, which if set will allow users that do not have administrative access to run separate instances of the SQL Server Express engine. The second, if set, will add the user that is installing the database as a SQL Server administrator. You can see this in Figure 4-7.
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Figure 4-7. Configuration options
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The final step is an option screen that allows you to configure feedback settings that, if set, will allow SQL Server to send errors back to Microsoft, allowing them to improve the product. This is shown in Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8. Error and Usage Report Settings screen
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After this, SQL Server Express will install itself. When installation is complete, the specified services will run.
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Now you can launch the SQL Server Management Studio Express tool. This tool enables you to sign into a database and manipulate its artifacts for creating tables, queries, data, user accounts, and more. When you first launch Management Studio, you will be asked to log into your database. By default, your database will be called MachineName\SQLExpress (see Figure 4-9). You can sign on with your Windows credentials, or if you specified Mixed Mode authentication and wish to, sign on with your SQL Server sa account. With Mixed Mode, you can sign on either way.
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Figure 4-9. Signing into SQL Server 2005
Once you ve successfully connected, Management Studio will launch (see Figure 4-10). From here, you have complete control over your database instance and all the databases attached to it. At this point in our example, no databases are installed, so the next step is to download and install a sample database.
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Figure 4-10. SQL Server Management Studio
Installing the AdventureWorks Database
You can download the AdventureWorks database from http://msdn.microsoft.com/ vstudio/express/sql/register/default.aspx. This will take you to the SQL Server 2005 downloads page, where a number of different downloads are available. Select the SQL Server 2005 Samples option to download the AdventureWorks sample database. Note that several versions are available for different hardware, so be sure to select the one that is appropriate for your setup. The preceding link takes you first to a registration page, but registration isn t necessary to get the AdventureWorks sample. Simply choose the No, I do not wish to register option if you just want to directly access this sample. Run through the setup process, and the database will be installed on your machine. However, you won t be able to do anything with it until you attach it to your current SQL Express instance. You can do so by using Management Studio. Launch Management Studio and select the Databases node. Right-click it and select Attach. The Attach Databases dialog box will appear (see Figure 4-11).
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Figure 4-11. Attach Databases dialog box
You use this dialog box to attach database files (files with the .mdf extension) to your instance of SQL Server. Click Add, and a file browser will open on the default location for MDF files on your system. This will likely be: C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\ MSSQL.1\MSSQL\Data, but its exact location depends upon the location you selected when you installed SQL Server 2005 Express. Find the AdventureWorks_data.mdf file and click OK. You can see this dialog box in Figure 4-12.
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Figure 4-12. Finding a database to attach
Once you ve done this, the database and its log file will be attached to your SQL Server instance, and you will be able to write applications that access it from within Visual Studio. Note that if you are using Windows Vista, the operating system will prevent you from writing to the Data directory for security reasons, and this operation will fail. You will need to navigate to the MDF and LDF files for AdventureWorks from within Windows Explorer and use the security settings in the Properties dialog box. Add permissions for the SQL Server processes to have full control over these files. Once you ve connected the database, you can view its contents within Management Studio. See Figure 4-13 for an example of the data that this table contains, namely the addresses of the (fictional) people who are part of the AdventureWorks customer database.
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