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Thread: Connect to a MS SQL database

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2010

    Connect to a MS SQL database

    Hi everybody,

    First, I'm not sure where to post this. I didn't see any "database" section. Feel free to move this thread to the correct place.

    I need to administer a MS SQL server, and I was wondering what SQL clients are available. I'm not new with databases, but it is the first time I attempt to work with MS SQL server. I need a graphical interface to send my SQL requests, view the database, just like phpMyAdmin would do.

    There must be something I didn't understand, because I can't get anything to work. Should I install a driver ? (I saw there was an ODBC driver for RedHat that won't work on my LinuxMint). What about JDBC -is this necessary ? Why does the client "Squirrel" (a client that should be exactly what I need) always tell me that I lack some libs ?

    Any hint would be nice.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2010

    Re: Connect to a MS SQL database

    I'm slowly making progress here. I finally made my connection work by using squirrel and JDBC or JDTS. But with both, I get errors when I attempt to make SELECTs. Since I lost a lot of time, I'll post an explanation when everything is clearer.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
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    Re: Connect to a MS SQL database

    There is ODBC drivers, but with Linux they are not particularly easy to configure. But as I remember with Windows (years ago) it was not all that easy to configure in Windows.

    I have this in my notes:
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