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Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.


Nov 19 '05 #1
16 2320
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied. Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.


Nov 19 '05 #2
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I can
create a successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I can
create a succesful server in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none of the
connection strings work in code. Even trying to use a SQLDataAdapter
component with a connection string created successfully in Server Explorer
fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied.
Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of
course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I
set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.


Nov 19 '05 #3

Try :

"Data Source=SERVERNA ME;Initial Catalog=DATABAS E;Persist Security Info=True;User
ID=sa;Password= "

instead of

"data source=SERVERNA ME;initial catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa"

Although why you would use a blank password for the sa user is beyond me.

Juan T. Llibre
ASP.NET MVP
ASP.NET FAQ : http://asp.net.do/faq/
=============== ===========

"peshekeedwelle r" <so*****@somewh ere.com> wrote in message
news:5n******** ***********@fe1 0.news.easynews .com...
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I can create a
successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I can create a succesful server
in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none of the connection strings work in code. Even
trying to use a SQLDataAdapter component with a connection string created successfully
in Server Explorer fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied. Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.

Nov 19 '05 #4
Sorry Juan, still didin't work. Got exactly the same result.

And it is a development sql server with only 3 users and is not exposed to
the internet. That's why I don't assign password to the sa account.
"Juan T. Llibre" <no***********@ nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:%2******** ********@tk2msf tngp13.phx.gbl. ..

Try :

"Data Source=SERVERNA ME;Initial Catalog=DATABAS E;Persist Security
Info=True;User ID=sa;Password= "

instead of

"data source=SERVERNA ME;initial catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa"

Although why you would use a blank password for the sa user is beyond me.

Juan T. Llibre
ASP.NET MVP
ASP.NET FAQ : http://asp.net.do/faq/
=============== ===========

"peshekeedwelle r" <so*****@somewh ere.com> wrote in message
news:5n******** ***********@fe1 0.news.easynews .com...
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I
can create a successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I
can create a succesful server in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none
of the connection strings work in code. Even trying to use a
SQLDataAdapter component with a connection string created successfully in
Server Explorer fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied.
Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your
access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:

Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer
in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before
and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of
course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when
I set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.


Nov 19 '05 #5
All of these tests worked from WITHIN the VPC session just fine but the
connection string isnt working right? I cant think of a single instance that
would cause this. There must be a piece of info we aren't getting... a
security setting on the SQL, something...

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I can
create a successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I can
create a succesful server in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none of the
connection strings work in code. Even trying to use a SQLDataAdapter
component with a connection string created successfully in Server Explorer
fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied.
Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.

I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)

The code is:
conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")

Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
Server does not exist or access denied."

SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of
course,
the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I
set
a password either).

Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.



Nov 19 '05 #6
Well, may I be the second, one to state that this is happening to ME, over
and over. What is WORSE, is that I can take the same bloody connection
string from an app I just finished, start a new app, do the exact same thing
in the new app, and get the same results as this poor fellow is getting and
it's going to cost me my JOB if I don't solve it!!

So, guess, what, my fellow, its as common as the cold and hurts like being
burned alive!

Sign me pissed off in paradise!

"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:78******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
All of these tests worked from WITHIN the VPC session just fine but the
connection string isnt working right? I cant think of a single instance
that
would cause this. There must be a piece of info we aren't getting... a
security setting on the SQL, something...

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I
can
create a successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I can
create a succesful server in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none of
the
connection strings work in code. Even trying to use a SQLDataAdapter
component with a connection string created successfully in Server
Explorer
fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
> I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being
> denied.
> Try
> looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
> string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your
> access
> correct before you try to do it with code.
>
> --
> Curt Christianson
> site: http://www.darkfalz.com
> blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com
>
>
>
> "peshekeedwelle r" wrote:
>
>> Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.
>>
>> I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual
>> machine
>> running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer
>> in
>> visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before
>> and
>> can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect
>> to
>> local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)
>>
>> The code is:
>> conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
>> catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")
>>
>> Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
>> Server does not exist or access denied."
>>
>> SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of
>> course,
>> the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when
>> I
>> set
>> a password either).
>>
>> Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>


Nov 19 '05 #7
peshekeedweller wrote:
Sorry Juan, still didin't work. Got exactly the same result.

And it is a development sql server with only 3 users and is not exposed to
the internet. That's why I don't assign password to the sa account.

That's funny. I'm sure Slammer didn't only hit servers that were
exposed to the internet. There's a reason why Microsoft make you jump
through more and more hoops to keep the sa password blank these days -
it's poor practice.

Also, why not set up you development server the same way your
production server is set up - you'll have less surprises when you go
live and need to work out what permissions should be set.

Damien

Nov 19 '05 #8
Let's summarize :

You are connecting to a remote ( not on your box ) SQL Server
which is not connected to the internet.

You can connect from within VS.NET, but fail when connecting
from ASP.NET when you use the connection strings :
"Data Source=SERVERNA ME;Initial Catalog=DATABAS E;Persist Security Info=True;User
ID=sa;Password= " and "data source=SERVERNA ME;initial catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa"
The SQL Server accepts both Windows and SQL Server authentication.

Given these conditions, you are getting denied access because when
ASP.NET connects to your SQL Server the credentials it passes
are those of the user account under which ASP.NET is running
on your IIS Server, and that is *not* the "sa" user, which is the
SQL Server login that's authorized to use your database.

If you can create a SQL Server login which matches your current
ASP.NET account's name *and* password, you'll surpass the
credentials problem.

In practice, though, recreating the ASP.NET password is not an easy task,
because the default setup for ASP.NET sets up an auto-generated password,
and that is a stumbling block to creating a login with the same password for
the ASP.NET account in the SQL Server.

To bypass that problem, you will have to setup a custom account to run
ASP.NET as ( so you can set the password ), enable impersonation,
and setup a login, with *exactly* the same name and password as the
ASP.NET account, in the SQL Server.

Now, in the <process model> section of your web.config, instead of using :

userName="machi ne" password="AutoG enerate"

you'd use : userName="YourN ewASPNETAccount " password="Your7 Strong9Pwd"

That way, you can repro the password in your SQL Server login.

See :
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...SecNetHT01.asp
for how to do this, including the setting of the security permissions
for the directories to which the ASP.NET account must have access to.

Note: the article refers to v1.0 and that's the directory path used.
Since you are using ASP.NET 1.1, use v1.1.4322 instead.

In summary, you need to :
1. Create a New Local Account
2. Assign Minimum Privileges
3. Assign NTFS Permissions
4. Configure ASP.NET to Run Using the New Account
5. Create a login in your SQL Server with the
same name as your new ASP.NET account.
6. Assign database permissions in the SQL Server to your new login.

You should be able to connect after you do that.

Juan T. Llibre, ASP.NET MVP
ASP.NET FAQ : http://asp.net.do/faq/
Foros de ASP.NET en Español : http://asp.net.do/foros/
=============== =============== ========

"peshekeedwelle r" <so*****@somewh ere.com> wrote in message
news:kl******** ***********@fe0 2.news.easynews .com... Sorry Juan, still didin't work. Got exactly the same result.

And it is a development sql server with only 3 users and is not exposed to the internet.
That's why I don't assign password to the sa account.
"Juan T. Llibre" <no***********@ nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:%2******** ********@tk2msf tngp13.phx.gbl. ..

Try :

"Data Source=SERVERNA ME;Initial Catalog=DATABAS E;Persist Security Info=True;User
ID=sa;Password= "

instead of

"data source=SERVERNA ME;initial catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa"

Although why you would use a blank password for the sa user is beyond me.

Juan T. Llibre
ASP.NET MVP
ASP.NET FAQ : http://asp.net.do/faq/
=============== ===========

"peshekeedwelle r" <so*****@somewh ere.com> wrote in message
news:5n******** ***********@fe1 0.news.easynews .com...
Curt, I can create a successful connection in the data link wizard; I can create a
successful connection in the Vis Studio Server Explorer; I can create a succesful
server in the Vis Studio Server Explorer. But none of the connection strings work in
code. Even trying to use a SQLDataAdapter component with a connection string created
successfully in Server Explorer fails when compiled and run.

What the heck is going on?
"Curt_C [MVP]" <software_at_da rkfalz.com> wrote in message
news:D0******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
I'd suspect its not that it doesnt exist, its that you are being denied. Try
looking at this http://www.darkfalz.com/1059 to create the connection
string. So this on the VPC session, that way you know you got your access
correct before you try to do it with code.

--
Curt Christianson
site: http://www.darkfalz.com
blog: http://blog.darkfalz.com

"peshekeedwelle r" wrote:

> Using asp.net 1.1. vb.net 2003.
>
> I am trying to connect to a remote sql server 2000 on a virtual machine
> running windows 2000 server. I can connect through the server explorer in
> visual studio, but cannot connect through code. I have done it before and
> can not do it now; I don't know what changed. (I also cannot connect to
> local Access database through code though I can from server explorer.)
>
> The code is:
> conn = New SqlConnection(" data source=SERVERNA ME;initial
> catalog=DATABAS E;user id=sa")
>
> Code fails at "conn.open" , returning the following error message: "SQL
> Server does not exist or access denied."
>
> SQL Server authentication is set to "sqlsever and windows" and, of course,
> the "sa" account exists, with no password (though it doesn't work when I set
> a password either).
>
> Please help. I'm really getting desperate, here.



Nov 19 '05 #9
I'm sure this has nothing to do with my problem, but thanks for the
condescending lecture.
"Damien" <Da************ *******@hotmail .com> wrote in message
news:11******** ************@o1 3g2000cwo.googl egroups.com...
peshekeedweller wrote:
Sorry Juan, still didin't work. Got exactly the same result.

And it is a development sql server with only 3 users and is not exposed
to
the internet. That's why I don't assign password to the sa account.

That's funny. I'm sure Slammer didn't only hit servers that were
exposed to the internet. There's a reason why Microsoft make you jump
through more and more hoops to keep the sa password blank these days -
it's poor practice.

Also, why not set up you development server the same way your
production server is set up - you'll have less surprises when you go
live and need to work out what permissions should be set.

Damien

Nov 19 '05 #10

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In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating effective websites that not only look great but also perform exceptionally well. In this comprehensive...

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