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How to use IP address when calling a SQL Store Procedure

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Hi,

I am writing a stored procedure which inturn calls many store proc from different servers.

I can use something like DatabaseServerName.Databasename.dbo.Databasetable and it works.

Now i want to use IP instead of databaseservername, something like
100.10.2.3.Databasename.dbo.Databasetable it fails with an exception...

Line 7: Incorrect syntax near '100.10'.

I know i am not prefixing the IP in a proper way...can anybody suggest a proper way to use?

Thanks,
Rithesh
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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You need to create a linked server first, then only you can use the 4 part names , you can enclose the names of the sever, db within []
[LinkedServerName].[Databasename].dbo.Databasetable
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any other alternatives.
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by:HainKurt
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create a mapping on the db

as ip, linkname and use this table to construct your sql, @sqlStatement, and use:

exec sp_executesql @sqlStatement
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cant you use ip for linked name and use siomething like this

[100.12.23.45].Databasename.dbo.Databasetable
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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>cant you use ip for linked name and use siomething like this

But he nee dto create the linked server first
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by:Anthony Perkins
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See if OPENROWSET(), OPENDATASOURCE() and/or OPENQUERY() work for you?
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does that work without creating the linked server
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