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database. such as a user name and password. Keep in mind that anyone authorized to use the system can also use this DSN. If your database is secured, you might not want to supply a user name and password here. ODBC prompts for any required user name and password when you don t define them in the DSN.
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Advanced. Click this button if using the database requires additional settings,
9 When all your entries are correct, click the OK button to create the System DSN.
If you have several applications that use the same database, you should use the same System DSN for all of them. That way, if you ever have to move, rename, or reconfigure the database, you only have one System DSN to update. If you need to establish a System DSN on a Web server and you don t have access to your Web server s console, someone who does have access will need to set up the System DSN for you. On a corporate intranet, contact your departmental administrator or MIS department. For Internet service providers, contact the support staff or system administrator.
Using ODBC for Connecting to Microsoft SQL Server
Like Access, Microsoft SQL Server is an ODBC-compliant database. If SQL Server drivers are available on your PC, you can use ODBC for opening SQL Server databases in Access. If SQL Server drivers are available on your Web server, Microsoft Active Server Pages can read 1237
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1 Log onto the computer whose applications require a connection to your database. If
you re creating a System DSN on a Web server, you must be logged on at the Web server s console.
2 Open Windows Control Panel. 3 Double-click the Administrative Tools shortcut. In Administrative Tools, double-click
the Data Sources (ODBC) shortcut.
4 The ODBC Data Source Administrator dialog box opens, as shown previously
in Figure A-10 on page 1235.
5 To create a System DSN, first click the System DSN tab and then click the Add
6 In the Create New Data Source dialog box (Figure A-11), scroll in the list to find and
select SQL Server, and then click Finish. This starts the Create a New Data Source to SQL Server Wizard, the first window of which is shown in Figure A-13.
Figure A-13. The first step in defining an ODBC Data Source Name for SQL Server.
7 Enter the following fields. (The figure shows how to create a DSN for the Northwind
sample database on the local MSDE server.)
Name. Give the data source a name that applications will use to identify it. This
is the name that ultimately appears in the Name column of the ODBC Data Source Administrator window (Figure A-10).
Description. Specify one line of documentation regarding the DSN. This field is
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ning. If the computer name doesn t appear in the drop-down list, type it in. Use (local) to point to the server on your machine.
8 Click Next to see the second window of the wizard, shown in Figure A-14.
You might need to ask your SQL Server administrator how to fill in these values, which are as follows:
How should SQL Server verify the authenticity of the login ID When your
machine is running Windows 2000 or Windows XP, you should normally select
With Windows NT authentication using the network login ID unless the data-
base administrator has instructed you to use an SQL Server login ID and password. Select With SQL Server authentication using a login ID and password entered by the user if you re using SQL Server s built-in security.
Figure A-14. Settings related to SQL Server communication and security. Client Configuration. Click this button to select the type of network library
(protocol) that the server supports. You don t need to change the default settings for MSDE.
Connect to SQL Server to obtain default settings for the additional configuration options. To obtain defaults from the server specified in the previous dialog box, select this check box. If the server uses SQL Server login IDs, you ll also need to supply a login ID that has administrative rights and a password. Click Next to continue.
9 The next window of the wizard, shown in Figure A-15, allows you to select a default
database and options for the connection.
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Figure A-15. Selecting a default database and connection options. Change the default database to. When you use Windows NT authentication,
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the default database for the user is typically the master catalog database. You must select this option and choose the actual database that you want from the drop-down list. When you use an SQL Server login ID, you can leave this option set to the default, and the user will have the option to select another database when using this DSN.