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Posted on 2006-11-14
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<RG_Study VoxcoEncryption="no">Initial Catalog=RG_StudyMatt_06Nov;Data Source=10.1.1.99;user id=sa;password=Password123</RG_Study>

I need to change the datasource but to what
I don't know.


 
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The SQL Server instance name or the IP address of the SQL Server.
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how should i reference this?

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What is the name of your SQL Server? for example, if it is SQL Express 2005, usually the instance is running as MACHINENAME\SQLExpress. In that case, you would change the datasource from 10.1.1.99 to MACHINENAME\SQLExpress. Have a look at www.connectionstrings.com for examples of connection strings for different versions of SQL Server (and other database servers).
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