Now I can go to bed!!!!!! # Posted By Dan Parker | 7/23/07 10:19 PM Glad to help, Dan. If we can't resolve it here, you may need to take this to the adobe forums or one of the cf lists to get a wider audience to consider the challenge. From the command line of the server running CF, do telnet domainorip 1433. java:744) at jrun.sql.pool.JDBCManager.requestConnection(JDBCMa nager.java:126) at jrun.sql.JRunDataSource.getConnection(JRunDataSour ce.java:235) at jrun.sql.JRunDataSource.getConnection(JRunDataSour ce.java:175) at coldfusion.sql.DataSrcImpl.getCachedConnection(Unk nown Source) at coldfusion.sql.DataSrcImpl.getConnection(Unknown Source) at coldfusion.sql.SqlImpl.execute(Unknown Source) at coldfusion.tagext.sql.QueryTag.doEndTag(Unknown Source) at cfBudgetBuildersReport2ecfm486854553.runPage(C:\in etpub\wwwroot\forms\BudgetBuil derSuggestions\BudgetBuildersReport.cfm:5) at coldfusion.runtime.CfJspPage.invoke(Unknown Source) at Source
Re: CF 10 64 Bit MS Access Ken R Caldwell Jan 13, 2013 10:04 PM (in response to carl type3) Thanks for the reply Carl,But that is the instructions I followed.I just needed to check. Thanks. Lastly, in CF5, while most use ODBC datasources there, if you did try to create an OLEDB datasource using the SQLOLEDB provider, in the circumstance I'm describing it would just say This Site
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More discussions in ColdFusion All CommunitiesColdFusion 18 Replies Latest reply on Jan 29, 2013 9:03 PM by itisdesign CF 10 64 Bit MS Access Ken R Caldwell Jan 13, 2013 6:42 Thanks for sharing, Sarge. Search the Knowledge Base to find a solution to your problem. IT seems that the configuration of my blogging software had been preventing you who had chosen to subscribe from receiving emails when others added their comments.As such, I think I've nailed
The Solution in SQL Server 2005 BOL goes on to indicate that we need to go into the SQL Server Configuration Manager to configure the network protocols. The year is 2008 and still this blog is helping people around, though it was published in 2006. Once you created the DSN in the WIndows ODBC Control Panel, you then have to add the datasource in CFMX but not using the same "SQL Server" database type that's offered http://www.justskins.com/forums/tcp-ip-error-connection-23476.html All rights reserved.
If you go to an elevated (admin) command prompt ON THE SERVER with SQL Server, and do a netstat -o | find "1433", does it report some process listening to that Please type your message and try again. Carl, thanks for referring to that blog post. Post it here! 9 30 Coldfusion 9 Book megan 06-01-2010 @ 6:22 AM Developers Work Showcase!
Browser Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Remote Address 127.0.0.1 Referrer Date/Time 19-Jul-06 08:26 PM # Posted By Alec | 7/19/06 8:27 PM Alec, if i http://thesweepdoctor.com/tcp-ip/tcp-ip-cp-reported-error-733-a-connection.html I hadn't thought to because I assumed (as I said in the opening) that you were intending to use that feature. Also, I do hope you saw my point about googling for part of the error, because that may also have clued you quickly into it being related to that SQL Server We use mixed mode authentication and have a username and password for the application that we code into the connection when we create the DSN in CF.
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There's always an answer to a challenge one faces. If the SQL Server ERRORLOG doesn't say its listening to TCP, port 1433 and the correct IP, then thats the tell tale sign that SQL Server is not bound to that Closed, 500 points refunded.
I've just confirmed what you've found. Please give me a better solution,so that it will helpful for me and the same for others.Thanking You.Yours Srinivasan. # Posted By Srinivasan | 11/3/06 7:00 AM Srinivasan, I've only offered Don't presume it's the standard 1433. If it doesn't work for you, I'm afraid I have to recommend you contact Adobe support or some other resource for additional help. # Posted By Charlie Arehart | 11/6/06 10:43
I followed Sarge's instructions to run "netstat -anop TCP" and determined that sqlserver.exe was running by default on port 2720. and worth the potential incurred overhead?Finally, in the vein of "teaching a man to fish", when you say you googled about this, did you perhaps google the entire error message? Great to hear that it was so helpful. http://thesweepdoctor.com/tcp-ip/tcp-connection-error.html You may also use the "MS Access with Unicode" driver to connect to MS Access datasources."But what I did notice with this is that under the Internet instance, there is no
Then you simply point CFMX at the DSN that you had created in WIndows. We may hear more noise from people with really challenging situations, but more often than not, the answer's really there. Covered by US Patent. I do like the Google spell check API. =) # Posted By Teddy R Payne | 7/10/06 2:40 PM I've been googling to find the answer since 3 weeks ago and
In code using the DSN you would get: OLEDB Error Code = 17 [DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (Connect()).]SQL Server does not exist or access denied.