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SQL Server Connectivity issue on LAN

SQL Server Connectivity issue on LAN

SQL Server Connectivity issue on LAN

(OP)
Hi Programmers,

i have very small knowledge about SQL Server. i have a application created in VFP9 back-end using SQL Server 2017. Application run successfully on local system.
using following string
nHandle = SQLStringConnect("Driver={SQL Server};Server=DESKTOP-494255d;Database=QAMAR;Uid=;Pwd=;")

now i want to run application on local area network (LAN). how to connect SQL Server Database on an other PC (workstation).

please suggest me with VFP code.

Thanks in advance.

RE: SQL Server Connectivity issue on LAN

The connection stays that way as it already has the server name and not "(local)" in the Server option. What you need to change to allow non-local connections and you do that in the SQL Server configuration manager. There's a bit more to do, here's a comprehensive walkthrough:

https://medium.com/developer-diary/how-to-enable-r...

Bye, Olaf.

Olaf Doschke Software Engineering
https://www.doschke.name

RE: SQL Server Connectivity issue on LAN

(OP)
Olaf

Thank you soooooo much.

you are so much genius man. Always you help me in many problem.
Thanks Again.

Bye, Qamar

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