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Set up MS SQL 2008 as a web service in the same way as MySQL (screenshot attached)

Posted on 2009-07-08
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I am trying to install Moodle on my laptop for testing with MS SQL 2008. I am used to working with MySQL were you use XAMP or WampServer which automatically sets up MySQL as a server to use with the site. I am new to MS SQL 2008 and just followed the wizard. It installed fine. I created a new database but I note that it does not seem to be running on localhost etc..

How is this setup?

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Question by:jtiernan2008
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Andres Perales earned 500 total points
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Your SQL instance is Justin-PC so that will be you would insert into the location that calls for your SQL Server.
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