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db at trolltech.com
Thu Apr 26 10:10:24 EDT 2001
I also had a similar sounding problem. In my case, SQL Server was set to use
Windows Authentication as the security model. When this was changed so the
SQL Server itself did the user authentication (not Windows), everything
On Thursday 26 April 2001 16:05, you wrote:
> I had the same problem and tracked it down to a non-standard port being
> used for SQLServer 2000. It took a long time to find someone who knew what
> the port number was. The new versions of ODBC for SQL Server have an auto
> port-searching capability. I found setting the TDSDUMP variable to a
> filename and looking at the dump output helpful -- and, well, modifying the
> actual code to find out what was happening and then modifying it back
> At 09:53 AM 4/26/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> >I've compiled freetds using
> >./configure --prefix=/usr/local/freetds --with-gnu-ld --enable-msdblib
> >then make
> >then make install
> >now where I've configured freetds, that's the first main directory where I
> >opened the source code I've modified the file PWD so that it looks like
> >SRV=servername on some other machine (can it be an ip address) ?
> >DB=database name
> >when it's testing, all 6 tests fail and I don't know what's wrong with it!
> >this is without mentioning that I've had so many problemes compiling this
> >with PHP4.04 ...
> >any help would be greatly appreciated.
> >best regards,
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