Thursday, July 20, 2006

Oh No .. All My Office files are CORRUPTS !!

Hiks.. hiks .. my excel files, my word documents, my presentation files ( *. ppt files, you know what i mean ?? ) and also my access files (which i developt it for so many years) are CORRUPTS !!

Have no fear.. you can create again one more time .. hehehehehe!!

Okay, before i give you some tips to solve the problems above,
I would like to share with you the caused of corrupted/damages files :

1. Unstable Electricity, static electricity (static shock), magnetic power, unstable hardware of PC, All can make files corrupts / damages.
2. Virus , theres so many kind/various of virus can attack your files
3. The Bugs from Software it self ... SSsssttt ... (Off The record!! ..hihihihihi)

Here are tips to prevent your file from damages:
1. Always Backup your files, and don't backup the files into your own PC, use CD, DVD or external hardisk. or if Necessary you can put your file on the internet (like brifecase yh,etc).
But make sure the place is secure.
2. Alaways update your antivirus. choose your favourite antivirus software, its can help you a lot.
3. Always Update the patch / service pack from tour vendor software
4. If the files Corrupted already, you can use another 3rd party software to help you to bring back your files.
like this tools, :
1 . PC Recovery
2. Pro Soft

Okay, i hope this little tips can help you.
keep smiling.. ;)

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Intermezzo : Test Your Stress Level With Picture



If the picture revolving getting faster, it's mean your stress-level is high.
A Teacher said : " I feel the picture move slower and slower, like a breath "
This Picture is used for knowing the stress level and how the people can handle it.
If the picture revolve more slower, it's mean you can manage your own stress-level.
Some criminals who has been tested said that the picture moving very faster !!!.
This picture doesn’t have animation, this picture is static
.
Stress .... Are U ???? ;)

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

SQL SERVER : All By The Script (3) - Import Data from CSV Files

To import data from a comma separated file (csv), use bcp:

bcp [<database_name.>[<owner>].]<table_name> in
<csv-file>
[/U<username>] [/P<password>] [/S<server_name>] /c /t





<database_name>

is an optional parameter specifying the name of the database.
It can only be omitted if the desired database is the default database.

<owner>
the name of the table owner.

<table_name>
the name of the table.

<csv-file>
The name of the comma separated file to generate.

<username>
The SQL Server username to use. This can be left blank if NT authentication
is used.

<password>

The password to use for the account.

<server_name>

The name of the server on which the database resides. This can be omitted
if the database is on the local machine (i.e. the same machine. as the bcp
command is issued from).

Note : (Important !!)
The flags are case sensitive.
The table should expect the fields in the same order as they are saved in the file.

Below are step to running this Script :
1. Clik Start
2. Click Run
3. On the Open Text box and then write : "cmd"
4. Now Command prompt will displayed
5. Write the syntax
Sample Syntax :
bcp northwind.dbo.products in products.csv /U /P /komnet /c /t



SQL SERVER : All By The Script (2) - Export Data to CSV Files

To export data to a comma separated file (csv), use the bcp command line utility:

bcp [<database-name.>][<owner.>]<table-name> in <csv-file> [/U<username>] [/P<password>] [/S<server-name>] /c /t





<database_name>

is an optional parameter specifying the name of the database.
It can only be omitted if the desired database is the default database.

<owner>
the name of the table owner.

<table_name>
the name of the table.

<csv-file>
The name of the comma separated file to generate.

<username>
The SQL Server username to use. This can be left blank if NT authentication
is used.

<password>

The password to use for the account.

<server_name>

The name of the server on which the database resides. This can be omitted
if the database is on the local machine (i.e. the same machine. as the bcp
command is issued from).

Note : (Important !!)
The flags are case sensitive.

Below are step to running this Script :
1. Clik Start
2. Click Run

3. On the Open Text box and then write : "cmd"
4. Now Command prompt will displayed
5. Write the syntax
Sample Syntax :
bcp northwind.dbo.products out products.csv /U /P /komnet /c /t


6. After the command was running, check this file ( products.csv ) on current folder.


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Monday, July 17, 2006

Yesterday PHPTRIAD, Now WAMP5 !!

If you're (programmer of course..) love using PHP + MYSQL + APACHE,
Now available the new version from WAMP, once you install the software you will get : Apache, PHP, MySQL and PHPMyAdmin. This software similar with PHPTriad on long time ago...
To get the software for FREE.. you may download at :

http://www.en.wampserver.com/download.php

Have a nice try ...

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SQL SERVER : All By The Script (1) - Create a Temporary Table

There is one time when we do some programming (eq : VB), we need some temporary table to accomodate the result of process or querying.
Below Are summary for Create a temporary table :

Creating a temporary table is virtually the same as creating a normal table. The main exception is the naming of the table. A hash ('#') character as the first character in the table name denotes that it is a temporary table.There are two types of temporary tables, local and global.A local temporary table has a single hash ('#') at the start of its name. A local temporary table is visible only to the user who created it and is destroyed automatically when that user disconnects.A global temporary table is denoted by a name starting with two hashes (i.e. '##'). A global temporary table is visible to all users and is deleted automatically when the last user who has referenced the table disconnects.

An example of creating a local temporary table:

create table #foo
(
CarIndex smallint,
CarType varchar(20)
)


An example of creating a global temporary table:



create table ##baz
(
CarIndex smallint,
CarType varchar(20)
)

All About VB - Connection String

Wanna do some database programming using Visual Basic,
oopss.. Oh My God .!! I Forget the Connection String Syntax.
Don't you worry, I will show list All of Connection String Syntax.
Starting from Access, SQL Server, Mysql, Foxpro, Sybase, DB2 even
AS/400...
What the heck?? How Come.??

Below are List All Of Connection String :

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1. SQL Server

  • ODBC
    Standard Security:
    "Driver={SQL Server};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;Uid=sa;Pwd=asdasd;"

    Trusted connection:
    "Driver={SQL Server};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    Trusted_Connection=yes;"

    Prompt for username and password:
    oConn.Properties("Prompt") = adPromptAlwaysoConn.Open "Driver={SQL Server};Server=Aron1;DataBase=pubs;"

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)

    Standard Security:
    "Provider=sqloledb;Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;User Id=sa;Password=asdasd;"

    Trusted Connection:
    "Provider=sqloledb;Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;Integrated Security=SSPI;"
    (use serverName\instanceName as Data Source to use an specifik SQLServer instance, only SQLServer2000)

    Prompt for username and password:
    oConn.Provider = "sqloledb"oConn.Properties("Prompt") = adPromptAlwaysoConn.Open "Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;"

    Connect via an IP address:
    "Provider=sqloledb;Data Source=190.190.200.100,1433;Network Library=DBMSSOCN;Initial Catalog=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;"

    (DBMSSOCN=TCP/IP instead of Named Pipes, at the end of the Data Source is the port to use (1433 is the default))

  • SqlConnection (.NET)
    Standard Security:

    "Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;User Id=sa;Password=asdasd;" - or -
    "Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;Trusted_Connection=False"

    (both connection strings produces the same result)


    Trusted Connection:
    "Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;Integrated Security=SSPI;" - or -"Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;Trusted_Connection=True;"

    (both connection strings produces the same result)
    (use serverName\instanceName as Data Source to use an specifik SQLServer instance,
    only SQLServer2000)

    Connect via an IP address:
    "Data Source=190.190.200.100,1433;Network Library=DBMSSOCN;Initial Catalog=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;"
    (DBMSSOCN=TCP/IP instead of Named Pipes,
    at the end of the Data Source is the port to use (1433 is the default))

    Declare the SqlConnection:
    C#:using System.Data.SqlClient;SqlConnection oSQLConn = new SqlConnection();oSQLConn.ConnectionString="my connection string";oSQLConn.Open();

    VB.NET:
    Imports System.Data.SqlClientDim oSQLConn As SqlConnection = New SqlConnection()oSQLConn.ConnectionString="my connection string"oSQLConn.Open()
  • Data Shape
    MS Data Shape"Provider=MSDataShape;Data Provider=SQLOLEDB;Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;"

2. SQL Server 2005

  • SQL Native Client ODBC Driver
    Standard security:
    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;UID=sa;PWD=asdasd;"

    Trusted connection:
    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;Trusted_Connection=yes;"

    EquivalentsIntegrated Security=SSPI equals Trusted_Connection=yes

    Prompt for username and password:
    oConn.Properties("Prompt") = adPromptAlwaysoConn.Open "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=Aron1;DataBase=pubs;"

    Enabling MARS (multiple active result sets):

    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;

    Trusted_Connection=yes;MARS_Connection=yes"

    EquivalentsMultipleActiveResultSets=true equals MARS_Connection=yes


    Encrypt data sent over network:

    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;

    Trusted_Connection=yes;Encrypt=yes"

    Attach a database file on connect to a local SQL Server Express instance:

    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=.\SQLExpress;

    AttachDbFilename=c:\asd\qwe\mydbfile.mdf;

    Database=dbname;Trusted_Connection=Yes;"

    - or -

    "Driver={SQL Native Client};Server=.\SQLExpress;

    AttachDbFilename=DataDirectorymydbfile.mdf;

    Database=dbname;Trusted_Connection=Yes;"

    (use DataDirectory when your database file resides in the data directory)

    Why is the "Database" parameter needed?
    Answer:
    If the database was previously attached, SQL Server does not reattach it
    (it uses the attached database as the default for the connection).

    (the package contains booth the ODBC driver and the OLE DB provider)
    Using SQL Server 2005 Express? Don't miss the server name syntax:

    SERVERNAME\SQLEXPRESS (Substitute "SERVERNAME" with the name of the computer)

  • SQL Native Client OLE DB Provider
    Standard security:

    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    UID=sa;PWD=asdasd;"

    Trusted connection:
    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    Trusted_Connection=yes;"

    Equivalents

    Integrated Security=SSPI equals Trusted_Connection=yes


    Prompt for username and password:
    oConn.Properties("Prompt") = adPromptAlwaysoConn.Open "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=Aron1;DataBase=pubs;"

    Enabling MARS (multiple active result sets):
    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    Trusted_Connection=yes;MarsConn=yes"

    Equivalents

    MarsConn=yes equals MultipleActiveResultSets=true equals MARS_Connection=yes



    Encrypt data sent over network:
    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    Trusted_Connection=yes;Encrypt=yes"

    Attach a database file on connect to a local SQL Server Express instance:
    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=.\SQLExpress;
    AttachDbFilename=c:\asd\qwe\mydbfile.mdf;
    Database=dbname;Trusted_Connection=Yes;"
    - or -
    "Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=.\SQLExpress;
    AttachDbFilename=DataDirectorymydbfile.mdf;
    Database=dbname;Trusted_Connection=Yes;"

    (use DataDirectory when your database file resides in the data directory)

    Why is the "Database" parameter needed?
    Answer: If the database was previously attached,
    SQL Server does not reattach it
    (it uses the attached database as the default for the connection).



    (the package contains booth the ODBC driver and the OLE DB provider)
    Using SQL Server 2005 Express? Don't miss the server name syntax:
    SERVERNAME\SQLEXPRESS (Substitute "SERVERNAME" with the name of the computer)

  • SqlConnection (.NET)
    Standard Security:
    "Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;User Id=sa;Password=asdasd;"

    - or -

    "Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;Trusted_Connection=False"

    (both connection strings produces the same result)

    Trusted Connection:
    "Data Source=Aron1;Initial Catalog=pubs;Integrated Security=SSPI;"

    - or -

    "Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;Trusted_Connection=True;"

    (both connection strings produces the same result)

    (use serverName\instanceName as Data Source to use an specifik SQLServer instance)

    Connect via an IP address:
    "Data Source=190.190.200.100,1433;
    Network Library=DBMSSOCN;Initial Catalog=pubs;User ID=sa;Password=asdasd;"

    (DBMSSOCN=TCP/IP instead of Named Pipes,
    at the end of the Data Source is the port to use (1433 is the default))

    Enabling MARS (multiple active result sets):
    "Server=Aron1;Database=pubs;
    Trusted_Connection=True;MultipleActiveResultSets=true"

    Note! Use ADO.NET 2.0 for MARS functionality.
    MARS is not supported in ADO.NET 1.0 nor ADO.NET 1.1
    Streamline your Data Connections by Moving to MARS, by Laurence Moroney, DevX.com >>

    Attach a database file on connect to a local
    SQL Server Express instance:
    "Server=.\SQLExpress;
    AttachDbFilename=c:\asd\qwe\mydbfile.mdf;
    Database=dbname;
    Trusted_Connection=Yes;"
    - or -
    "Server=.\SQLExpress;
    AttachDbFilename=DataDirectorymydbfile.mdf;
    Database=dbname;
    Trusted_Connection=Yes;"

    (use DataDirectory when your database file resides in the data directory)
    Why is the "Database" parameter needed?
    Answer: If the database was previously attached,
    SQL Server does not reattach it (
    it uses the attached database as the default for the connection).

    Using "User Instance" on a local SQL Server Express instance:
    "Data Source=.\SQLExpress;integrated security=true;
    attachdbfilename=DataDirectory\mydb.mdf;user instance=true;"

    The "User Instance" functionality creates a new SQL Server
    instance on the fly during connect. This works only on a local SQL Server 2005
    instance and only when connecting using windows authentication over local named pipes.
    The purpose is to be able to create a full rights SQL Server instance to a user
    with limited administrative rights on the computer.
    To enable the functionality: sp_configure 'user instances enabled','1' (0 to disable)
    Using SQL Server 2005 Express? Don't miss the server name syntax:
    SERVERNAME\SQLEXPRESS (Substitute "SERVERNAME" with the name of the computer)

  • Context Connection - connecting to "self" from within your
    CLR stored prodedure/function
    C#:

    using(SqlConnection connection = new SqlConnection("context connection=true"))
    { connection.Open();
    // Use the connection
    }

    Visual Basic:
    Using connection as new SqlConnection("context connection=true")
    connection.Open() ' Use the connection
    End Using

    The context connection lets you execute Transact-SQL statements
    in the same context (connection) that your code was invoked in the first place.



3. Access

  • ODBC
    Standard Security:

    "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};
    Dbq=C:\mydatabase.mdb;Uid=Admin;Pwd=;"

    Workgroup:
    "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};
    Dbq=C:\mydatabase.mdb;SystemDB=C:\mydatabase.mdw;"

    Exclusive:
    "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};
    Dbq=C:\mydatabase.mdb;Exclusive=1;Uid=admin;Pwd="

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    Standard security:

    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;
    Data Source=\somepath\mydb.mdb;User Id=admin;Password=;"

    Workgroup (system database):
    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=\somepath\mydb.mdb;Jet OLEDB:System Database=system.mdw;"

    With password:
    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=\somepath\mydb.mdb;Jet OLEDB:Database Password=MyDbPassword;"


4. Oracle

  • ODBC
    New version:

    "Driver={Microsoft ODBC for Oracle};Server=OracleServer.world;
    Uid=Username;Pwd=asdasd;"

    Old version:
    "Driver={Microsoft ODBC Driver for Oracle};
    ConnectString=OracleServer.world;
    Uid=myUsername;Pwd=myPassword;"

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    Standard security:
    "Provider=msdaora;Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=UserName;Password=asdasd;"

    This one's from Microsoft, the following are from Oracle

    Standard Security:
    "Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle;Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=Username;Password=asdasd;"

    Trusted Connection:
    "Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle;Data Source=MyOracleDB;OSAuthent=1;"

  • OracleConnection (.NET)

    Standard:
    "Data Source=MyOracleDB;Integrated Security=yes;"

    This one works only with Oracle 8i release 3 or later

    Specifying username and password:
    "Data Source=MyOracleDB;User Id=username;Password=passwd;Integrated Security=no;"

    This one works only with Oracle 8i release 3 or later

  • Declare the OracleConnection:
    C#:
    using System.Data.OracleClient;
    OracleConnection oOracleConn = new OracleConnection();
    oOracleConn.ConnectionString = "my connection string";
    oOracleConn.Open();

    VB.NET:
    Imports System.Data.OracleClient
    Dim oOracleConn As OracleConnection = New OracleConnection()
    OracleConn.ConnectionString = "my connection string"
    oOracleConn.Open()

    Missing the System.Data.OracleClient namespace?
    Download .NET Managed Provider for Oracle >>Great article! "Features of Oracle Data Provider for .NET" by Rama Mohan G. at C# Corner

  • Core Labs OraDirect (.NET)
    Standard:
    "User ID=scott; Password=tiger; Host=ora; Pooling=true; Min Pool Size=0;Max Pool Size=100; Connection Lifetime=0"

    Read more at
    Core Lab and the product page.

  • Data Shape
    MS Data Shape:
    "Provider=MSDataShape.1;Persist Security Info=False;Data Provider=MSDAORA;Data Source=orac;user id=username;password=mypw"



5. MySQL

  • MyODBC
    MyODBC 2.50 Local database:

    "Driver={mySQL};Server=localhost;
    Option=16834;Database=mydatabase;"

    MyODBC 2.50 Remote database:
    "Driver={mySQL};Server=data.domain.com;
    Port=3306;Option=131072;Stmt=;
    Database=my-database;Uid=username;Pwd=password;"

    MyODBC 3.51 Local database:
    "DRIVER={MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver};
    SERVER=localhost;DATABASE=myDatabase;
    USER=myUsername;
    PASSWORD=myPassword;OPTION=3;"

    MyODBC 3.51 Remote database:
    "DRIVER={MySQL ODBC 3.51 Driver};
    SERVER=data.domain.com;
    PORT=3306;DATABASE=myDatabase; USER=myUsername;PASSWORD=myPassword;OPTION=3;"

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    Standard:

    "Provider=MySQLProv;Data Source=mydb;
    User Id=UserName;Password=asdasd;"
    Connector/Net 1.0 (.NET)

    Standard:
    "Server=Server;Database=Test;Uid=UserName;Pwd=asdasd;"

    Download the driver at
    MySQL Developer Zone.

    Specifying port:
    "Server=Server;Port=1234;Database=Test;
    Uid=UserName;Pwd=asdasd;"

    Default port is 3306. Enter value -1 to use a named pipe connection.

    Declare the MySqlClient connection:
    C#:
    using MySql.Data.MySqlClient;
    MySqlConnection oMySqlConn = new MySqlConnection();
    oMySqlConn.ConnectionString = "Server=Server;Database=Test;Uid=UserName;Pwd=asdasd;";
    oMySqlConn.Open();

    VB.NET:
    Imports MySql.Data.MySqlClient
    Dim oMySqlConn As MySqlConnection = New MySqlConnection()
    oMySqlConn.ConnectionString = "Server=Server;Database=Test;Uid=UserName;Pwd=asdasd;"
    oMySqlConn.Open()

  • MySqlConnection (.NET)
    eInfoDesigns.dbProvider:

    "Data Source=server;Database=mydb;User ID=username;Password=pwd;Command Logging=false"

    This one is used with
    eInfoDesigns dbProvider, an add-on to .NET

    Declare the MySqlConnection:
    C#:
    using eInfoDesigns.dbProvider.MySqlClient;
    MySqlConnection oMySqlConn = new MySqlConnection();
    oMySqlConn.ConnectionString = "my connection string";
    oMySqlConn.Open();

    VB.NET:
    Imports eInfoDesigns.dbProvider.MySqlClient
    Dim oMySqlConn As MySqlConnection = New MySqlConnection()
    oMySqlConn.ConnectionString = "my connection string"
    oMySqlConn.Open()

  • SevenObjects MySqlClient (.NET)
    Standard:

    "Host=server; UserName=myusername; Password=mypassword;Database=mydb;"

    This is a freeware ADO.Net data provider from
    SevenObjects

  • Core Labs MySQLDirect (.NET)
    Standard:
    "User ID=root; Password=pwd; Host=localhost; Port=3306; Database=test;
    Direct=true; Protocol=TCP; Compress=false; Pooling=true; Min Pool Size=0;
    Max Pool Size=100; Connection Lifetime=0"

6.Interbase

  • ODBC, Easysoft
    Local computer:
    "Driver={Easysoft IB6 ODBC};
    Server=localhost;Database=localhost:C:\mydatabase.gdb;
    Uid=username;Pwd=password"

    Remote Computer:
    "Driver={Easysoft IB6 ODBC};
    Server=ComputerName;
    Database=ComputerName:C:\mydatabase.gdb;
    Uid=username;Pwd=password"

  • ODBC, Intersolv
    Local computer:
    "Driver={INTERSOLV InterBase ODBC Driver (*.gdb)};Server=localhost;Database=localhost:C:\mydatabase.gdb;
    Uid=username;Pwd=password"

    Remote Computer:
    "Driver={INTERSOLV InterBase ODBC Driver (*.gdb)};
    Server=ComputerName;
    Database=ComputerName:C:\mydatabase.gdb;
    Uid=username;Pwd=password"

    This driver are provided by
    DataDirect Technologies >> (formerly Intersolv)

  • OLE DB, SIBPROvider
    Standard:
    "provider=sibprovider;location=localhost:;data source=c:\databases\gdbs\mygdb.gdb;user id=SYSDBA;password=masterkey"

    Specifying character set:
    "provider=sibprovider;location=localhost:;data source=c:\databases\gdbs\mygdb.gdb;user id=SYSDBA;password=masterkey;character set=ISO8859_1"

    Specifying role:
    "provider=sibprovider;location=localhost:;data source=c:\databases\gdbs\mygdb.gdb;user id=SYSDBA;password=masterkey;role=DIGITADORES"


7.IBM DB2

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET) from ms
    TCP/IP:
    "Provider=DB2OLEDB;Network Transport Library=TCPIP;Network Address=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX;Initial Catalog=MyCtlg;Package Collection=MyPkgCol;Default Schema=Schema;
    User ID=MyUser;Password=MyPW"

    APPC:
    "Provider=DB2OLEDB;APPC Local LU Alias=MyAlias;APPC Remote LU Alias=MyRemote;Initial Catalog=MyCtlg;Package Collection=MyPkgCol;Default Schema=Schema;
    User ID=MyUser;Password=MyPW"

  • IBM's OLE DB Provider (shipped with IBM DB2 UDB v7 or above)
    TCP/IP:
    Provider=IBMDADB2;Database=sample;HOSTNAME=db2host;
    PROTOCOL=TCPIP;
    PORT=50000;uid=myUserName;pwd=myPwd;

  • ODBC
    Standard:

    "driver={IBM DB2 ODBC DRIVER};Database=myDbName;hostname=myServerName;
    port=myPortNum;protocol=TCPIP;
    uid=myUserName; pwd=myPwd"

8.Sybase

  • ODBC
    Standard Sybase System 12 Enterprise Open Client:
    "Driver={SYBASE ASE ODBC Driver};Srvr=Aron1;Uid=username;Pwd=password"

    Standard Sybase System 12.5 Enterprise Open Client:
    "Driver={SYBASE ASE ODBC Driver};NA=HOSTNAME,PORT_NUMBER;
    UID=username;PWD=password"

    Standard Sybase System 11:
    "Driver={SYBASE SYSTEM 11};Srvr=Aron1;Uid=username;Pwd=password;Database=mydb"

    For more information check out the
    Adaptive Server Enterprise Document Sets

    Intersolv 3.10:
    "Driver={INTERSOLV 3.10 32-BIT Sybase};Srvr=Aron1;Uid=username;Pwd=password;"

    Sybase SQL Anywhere (former Watcom SQL ODBC driver):
    "ODBC; Driver=Sybase SQL Anywhere 5.0;
    DefaultDir=c:\dbfolder\;Dbf=c:\mydatabase.db;
    Uid=username;Pwd=password;Dsn="""""

    Note! The two double quota ("") following the DSN parameter at
    the end are escaped quotas (VB syntax),
    you may have to change this to your
    language specific escape syntax (\") or maybe single quota (').
    The empty DSN parameter is indeed critical as not including it will result in error 7778.

    OLE DB
    Adaptive Server Anywhere (ASA):
    "Provider=ASAProv;Data source=myASA"

    Read more in the ASA User Guide (part 1, chapter 2) >>

    Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) with Data Source .IDS file:
    "Provider=Sybase ASE OLE DB Provider; Data source=myASE"

    Note that you must create a Data Source .IDS file using
    the Sybase Data Advministrator. These .IDS files resemble ODBC DSNs.

  • Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE):
    "Provider=Sybase.ASEOLEDBProvider;Srvr=myASEserver,5000;
    Catalog=myDBname;User Id=username;Password=password"

    - some reports on problem using the above one, try the following as an alternative -

    "Provider=Sybase.ASEOLEDBProvider;
    Server Name=myASEserver,5000;Initial Catalog=myDBname;
    User Id=username;Password=password"

    This one works only from Open Client 12.5 where the server port number feature works,
    allowing fully qualified connection strings to be used without
    defining any .IDS Data Source files.

  • AseConnection (.NET)
    Standard:

    "Data Source='myASEserver';Port=5000;Database='myDBname';
    UID='username';PWD='password';"

    Declare the AseConnection:
    C#:
    using Sybase.Data.AseClient;
    AseConnection oCon = new AseConnection();
    oCon.ConnectionString="my connection string";
    oCon.Open();

    VB.NET:
    Imports System.Data.AseClientDim oCon As AseConnection = New AseConnection()oCon.ConnectionString="my connection string"oCon.Open()


9.Informix

  • ODBC
    Informix 3.30:
    "Dsn='';Driver={INFORMIX 3.30 32 BIT};Host=hostname;
    Server=myserver;Service=service-name;Protocol=olsoctcp;
    Database=mydb;UID=username;PWD=myPwd

    Informix-CLI 2.5:
    "Driver={Informix-CLI 2.5 (32 Bit)};Server=myserver;
    Database=mydb;Uid=username;Pwd=myPwd"

  • OLE DB
    IBM Informix OLE DB Provider:
    "Provider=Ifxoledbc.2;password=myPw;User ID=myUser;Data
    Source=dbName@serverName;
    Persist Security Info=true"

10. Ingres

  • ODBC
    DSN-less:
    "Provider=MSDASQL.1;DRIVER=Ingres;SRVR=xxxxx;
    DB=xxxxx;Persist Security Info=False;uid=xxxx;
    pwd=xxxxx;SELECTLOOPS=N;
    Extended Properties=""SERVER=xxxxx;
    DATABASE=xxxxx;SERVERTYPE=INGRES"""

    Important note! The two double quota ("") in the string are
    escaped quotas (VB syntax), you may have to change this to your
    language specific escape syntax (ex. \") or maybe single quota (').

11. Mimer SQL

  • ODBC
    Standard Security:
    "Driver={MIMER};Database=mydb;Uid=myuser;Pwd=mypw;"

    Prompt for username and password:
    "Driver={MIMER};Database=mydb;"

12. Lightbase

  • Standard
    Standard:
    "user=USERLOGIN;password=PASSWORD;UDB=USERBASE;
    server=SERVERNAME"

13.PostgreSQL

  • Core Labs PostgreSQLDirect (.NET)
    Standard:

    "User ID=root; Password=pwd; Host=localhost; Port=5432;
    Database=testdb;Pooling=true;
    Min Pool Size=0; Max Pool Size=100; Connection Lifetime=0"

    Read more at
    Core Lab and the product page.

  • PostgreSQL driver
    Standard:
    "DRIVER={PostgreSQL};SERVER=ipaddress;port=5432;
    DATABASE=dbname;UID=username;PWD=password;"
  • Npgsql by pgFoundry (.NET)
    SSL activated:
    "Server=127.0.0.1;Port=5432;Userid=myuserid;
    password=mypw;Protocol=3;SSL=true;
    Pooling=true;MinPoolSize=3;MaxPoolSize=20;
    Encoding=UNICODE;Timeout=20;SslMode=Require"

    Without SSL:
    "Server=127.0.0.1;Port=5432;Userid=myuserid;
    password=mypw;
    Protocol=3;SSL=false;
    Pooling=true;MinPoolSize=1;MaxPoolSize=20;
    Encoding=UNICODE;Timeout=15;SslMode=Disable"


14. Paradox

  • ODBC
    5.X:

    Driver={Microsoft Paradox Driver (*.db )};DriverID=538;Fil=Paradox 5.X;DefaultDir=c:\pathToDb\;Dbq=c:\pathToDb\;
    CollatingSequence=ASCII"

    7.X:
    "Provider=MSDASQL.1;Persist Security Info=False;Mode=Read;Extended Properties='DSN=Paradox;DBQ=C:\myDb;
    DefaultDir=C:\myDb;DriverId=538;FIL=Paradox 7.X;
    MaxBufferSize=2048;PageTimeout=600;';Initial Catalog=C:\myDb"
  • OleDbConnection (.NET)
    Standard

    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\myDb;
    Extended Properties=Paradox 5.x;"


15. DSN

  • ODBC
    DSN:
    "DSN=myDsn;Uid=username;Pwd=;"

    File DSN:
    "FILEDSN=c:\myData.dsn;Uid=username;Pwd=;"

16. Firebird

  • .NET - Firebird .Net Data Provider
    Standard:

    "User=SYSDBA;Password=masterkey;
    Database=SampleDatabase.fdb;
    DataSource=localhost;
    Port=3050;Dialect=3;Charset=NONE;Role=;
    Connection lifetime=15;Pooling=true;MinPoolSize=0;
    MaxPoolSize=50;Packet Size=8192;ServerType=0"

17. Excel

  • ODBC
    Standard:

    "Driver={Microsoft Excel Driver (*.xls)};DriverId=790;
    Dbq=C:\MyExcel.xls;DefaultDir=c:\mypath;"

    TIP! SQL syntax: "SELECT * FROM [sheet1$]" - i.e. worksheet name followed by a "$"
    and wrapped in "[" "]" brackets.

  • OLE DB
    Standard:

    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\MyExcel.xls;Extended Properties=""Excel 8.0;HDR=Yes;IMEX=1"""

    "HDR=Yes;" indicates that the first row contains columnnames, not data

    "IMEX=1;" tells the driver to always read "intermixed"
    data columns as text. Note that this option might affect excel sheet write access negative.

    TIP! SQL syntax: "SELECT * FROM [sheet1$]" -
    i.e. worksheet name followed by a "$" and wrapped in "[" "]" brackets.

    TIP! Check out the [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Jet\4.0\Engines\Excel]
    located registry REG_DWORD "TypeGuessRows". That's the key to n
    ot letting Excel use only the first 8 rows to guess the columns data type.
    Set this value to 0 to scan all rows. This might hurt performance.

    Important note! The two double quota ("") in the string are escaped quotas (VB syntax),
    you may have to change this to your language specific escape syntax (ex. \") or
    maybe single quota (').


18. Text

  • ODBC
    Standard:
    "Driver={Microsoft Text Driver (*.txt; *.csv)};
    Dbq=c:\txtFilesFolder\;Extensions=asc,csv,tab,txt;"
  • OLE DB
    Standard:
    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\txtFilesFolder\;Extended Properties=""text;HDR=Yes;FMT=Delimited"""

    "HDR=Yes;" indicates that the first row contains columnnames, not data

    Important note! The two double quota ("") in the string are escaped quotas (VB syntax),
    you may have to change this to your language specific escape syntax (ex. \") or maybe single quota (').

19. DBF / FoxPro

  • ODBC
    standard:
    "Driver={Microsoft dBASE Driver (*.dbf)};DriverID=277;Dbq=c:\mydbpath;"
  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    standard:

    "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\folder;
    Extended Properties=dBASE IV;User ID=Admin;Password="

20. AS/400 (iSeries)

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    IBM Client Access OLE DB provider:

    "PROVIDER=IBMDA400; DATA SOURCE=MY_SYSTEM_NAME;
    USER ID=myUserName;PASSWORD=myPwd"

    Where MY_SYSTEM_NAME is the name given to the system
    connection in OperationsNavigator

    IBM Client Access OLE DB provider:
    "PROVIDER=IBMDA400; DATA SOURCE=MY_SYSTEM_NAME;USER ID=myUserName;PASSWORD=myPwd;DEFAULT COLLECTION=MY_LIBRARY;"

    Where MY_SYSTEM_NAME is the name given to the System Connection,
    and MY_LIBRARY is the name given to the library in iSeries Navigator.

  • ODBC
    IBM Client Access ODBC driver:

    "Driver={Client Access ODBC Driver (32-bit)};System=my_system_name;
    Uid=myUserName;Pwd=myPwd"

21. Exchange

22. Visual FoxPro

  • OLE DB, OleDbConnection (.NET)
    Database container (.DBC):

    "Provider=vfpoledb.1;Data Source=C:\MyDbFolder\MyDbContainer.dbc;
    Collating Sequence=machine"

    Free table directory:
    "Provider=vfpoledb.1;Data Source=C:\MyDataDirectory\;Collating Sequence=general"

    Force the provider to use an ODBC DSN:
    "Provider=vfpoledb.1;DSN=MyDSN"

    Read more (Microsoft msdn) >>
  • ODBC
    Database container (.DBC):

    "Driver={Microsoft Visual FoxPro Driver};SourceType=DBC;
    SourceDB=c:\myvfpdb.dbc;Exclusive=No;
    NULL=NO;
    Collate=Machine;BACKGROUNDFETCH=NO;DELETED=NO"

    Free Table directory:
    "Driver={Microsoft Visual FoxPro Driver};
    SourceType=DBF;SourceDB=c:\myvfpdbfolder;Exclusive=No;
    Collate=Machine;
    NULL=NO; DELETED=NO;BACKGROUNDFETCH=NO"

    "Collate=Machine" is the default setting, for other settings check the
    list of supported collating sequences >>
    Microsoft Visual Foxpro site:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/vfoxpro


23 Pervasive

  • ODBC
    Standard:

    "Driver={Pervasive ODBC Client Interface};ServerName=srvname;dbq=@dbname"
    Pervasive ODBC info >>
  • OLE DB
    Standard:
    "Provider=PervasiveOLEDB;Data Source=C:\path"

24. UDL

  • UDL
    UDL:

    "File Name=c:\myDataLink.udl;"

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