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how do i connect visual c++ with msssql windows 7

Posted on 2010-11-09
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How do i connect MSSQL with c++? thank you so much.. and do i use access to manage my mssql db?
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to manage ms sql you need a couple of tools but the main one is:
Microsoft SQL server management studio

it's better if you management studio is the same version as your server. The tools can be found on the server install disk.

to connect to SQL Server you can select one of these connection string (depending of you server version)
http://www.connectionstrings.com


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thanks, i figured it out :) but pointed me in the right direction. :)
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