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[protege-discussion] DataMaster connection to SQL Server

Csongor Nyulas csongor.nyulas at stanford.edu
Thu May 21 16:01:45 PDT 2009


Are you working by any chance on a Windows Vista machine?

Just, because I did not tested the ODBC connection on Vista.

On Win XP the ODBC connection works even without specifying a user name 
and password.

Csongor

Andrew Roberts wrote:
> Csongor Nyulas <csongor.nyulas <at> stanford.edu> writes:
>
>   
>> Hi Andrew,
>>
>> So, is the problem with setting up the ODBC data source, or when you try 
>> to connect to the data source using DataMaster?
>>     
>
> Dear Csongor,
>
> The datasource is fine and tests out OK according to windows. I have tested the
> data source in excel and it works.
>
> In the DataMaster tab the box labelled "Data Source Name" is prefixed with
> jdbc:odbc: and has a pull down box. I have to type "EPR-REPOSITORY" into the box
> because it is not picking up the User or System data sources on the local
> computer. After that I put in my username and password (that let me in to the
> database SQL Server Management Studio) and click connect - kabamm!
>
> I'm wondering whether there is some Java setting that is stopping
> Protege/Datamaster from connecting to the systems data sources?
>
> Andrew
>
>
>
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