This article provides information about configuring MS SQL Server Repository connection

By default MS SQL Server repository connection is using 32 bit Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server, 
it is possible to use different 32 bit OLE DB Provider by switching to OLE DB Repository connection type.

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To create a new MS SQL Server repository connection

Click Options
Click  Plus
Enter connection name
Set type to MS SQL Server
Select/Enter server name
Enter username and password
Select database name
Make sure that connection actually works

 

MS SQL Server Repository1

Note: When user name and password are blank windows autentification is used
To create a new MS SQL Server repository connection using Ole DB

Click Options
Click  Plus
Enter connection name
Set type to Ole DB
Select build connection
Select relevant Ole DB provider and enter necessary parameters
Make sure that connection actually works

 

MS SQL Server Repository2

Notes:

Using Sql Server user name and password is always better than using windows authentication. Consider the following scenario. Administrator Jonh installs the software everything is working fine. Developer Peter logs in, nothing is working, because the developer has no access to the repository database. Peter gets proper access and he can do his job. Over weekend another administrator want to check execution status he logs in, the same problem happens again.

 

 

 

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