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How do I set set the Autoclose property on the RS databases to False

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How do I set set the Autoclose property to False in SQL Express?
I have numerous startup events for ULTRASOUND in the Applicatiosn events area and it's just wasted space.
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USE [master]
GO
ALTER DATABASE [yourDB] SET AUTO_CLOSE ON/OFF WITH NO_WAIT
GO
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

To expand: The end user and portable versions of SQL do tend to have autoclose. The server versions tend to not have autoclose ...

Regards
  David
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by:Lazarus
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QPR... Ok, I'm not an SQL type at all. How do I use what you have stated above?
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

Open Query Analyser or Management Studio.

Open a new query and connect to the server (Your PC)

Past QPR's code in from above.

Execute this query.

Regards
  David
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by:Lazarus
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David, This is SQL Express. The onlythin I see from All Programs is this:

Microsoft SQL Server 2005
     Configuration Tools
         SQL Server Configuration Manager
         SQL Server Error and Usage Reporting
         SQL Server Surface Area Configuration

Is it somewhere in: \Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server    ?
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by:Lazarus
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I think I have found it. I used "sqlcmd.exe" I'll look in a few minutes and see if that did what I wanted.
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