Crystal Reports and SQL Port Number Change
Posted on 2011-02-28
I recently had a database restored from backups and the technician who did the job changed the port number for my database to a non-standard number. Now Crystal Reports cannot access the SQL database unless I am running it on the machine that physically hosts the database. When I try to access the database from other machine son the domain I get cannot connect errors. I know the new port, but I can figure out where in Crsytal reports to enter it. Can someone just point me in the right direction? If you give me a direction I will go hunting for info. I realize this question probably generates more questions than it does answers so i dont mind being pointed toward a concept.