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[protege-discussion] DataMaster connection to SQL Server
csongor.nyulas at stanford.edu
Thu May 21 16:10:31 PDT 2009
BTW, the drop-down list will show only the "Data Source Names" that you
have successfully connected to at earlier attempts. The idea is not to
keep all the "invalid" values that you have entered, for example by
mistake or to which you did not have access. The value "EPR-REPOSITORY"
will appear in the list after you have once successfully connect to it
(which unfortunately did not happen yet).
Csongor Nyulas wrote:
> 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.
> 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?
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