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Express SSMS permits concurrent connections to multiple SQL Server instances. You can connect to SQL Server Express instances, other SQL Server 2005 instances, and SQL Server 2000 instances with Express SSMS. Express SSMS permits you to connect to server instances with either Windows or SQL Server authentication. Additionally, you can choose to connect to server instances running on the local computer or a remote computer.
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You can choose to open multiple sessions to different server instances in the Object Explorer within Express SSMS. The Object Explorer caches (or saves) current connections within an Express SSMS session. As its name implies, you can use the Object Explorer to examine the databases and database objects within a server instance. The Object Explorer permits you to switch between multiple connections created within an Express SSMS session.
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Figure 1-7 in the Connecting from the SSMS-Based Query Tool section of 1 shows the Connect to Server dialog box settings for opening a new Express SSMS session to point at the SQLEXPRESS instance of SQL Server Express running on the CAB233A computer. Figure 2-1 shows Object Explorer to the left of the Document windows in SSMS immediately after the connection has been opened. The Summary tab s heading within the Document window reflects the name of the SQL Server Express instance and the computer on which it runs. The heading also includes the SQL Server version number as well as the user ID for the connection s login. When a connection initially opens, you can view its top-level folders in Object Explorer. The Summary tab in the Document window shows the objects for the currently selected object in Object Explorer. When Express SSMS initially opens, Object Explorer and the Summary tab will show the same list of folders. The Express SSMS version will have at least the Databases and Security folders. SQL Server Express instances will, of course, have databases and logins. Databases populate the Databases folder, and logins are one of the types of items in the Security folder. The Server Objects folder is also likely to be in Express SSMS. This folder can contain backup devices, which are discussed in 3, and linked servers, which 5 demonstrates how to set up and use. The Express version of SSMS is not likely to have the Replication and Management folders because these folders pertain to enterprise features.
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Figure 2-1. Two important Express SSMS windows are Object Explorer (left) and the Document window (right).
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As mentioned, you can concurrently connect to multiple server instances within a single Express SSMS session. After an Express SSMS session is open, you can open the Connect to Server dialog box by clicking the Connect control on the toolbar within Object Explorer and selecting Database Engine from the drop-down list. Figure 2-2 shows the Connect to Server dialog box settings for connecting to a SQL Server Express instance on the CCS1 computer. Figure 2-3 displays another Connect to Server dialog box for connecting to the default SQL Server instance on the CCS1 computer, which is a SQL Server 2000 instance. Notice that you can use the same type of settings for connecting to SQL Server Express and SQL Server 2000 instances. You can also specify connections for other instances based on other SQL Server 2005 editions. The Connect to Server dialog boxes in Figures 1-7, 2-2, and 2-3 all illustrate SQL Server authentication. Notice the selection in the Authentication drop-down box. When using SQL Server Authentication, you need to use a SQL Server login as opposed to a Windows login. For ease of use and simplicity (assuming you have very few logins set up on your server instances just now), the demonstration uses the sa login.
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