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DSN Creation gives error  RSS feed

 
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DSN stands for Data Source Name.And this is how it is created.
In the control panel, you have the administrative tools here there is a ODBC driver click on it & then follow the steps.
the last step is to test the connection & this is were i am getting an error saying "test case failed ".
Can anyone help, its very urgent
 
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Hi,
I which database u have tried to create the dsn.
 
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i have tried to create the DSN in sql server. the DB server is up. but i need to check whether the name & password given are right(As i didnt install the server). how do i find them.
 
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Moving thread to the "General Computing" forum... the question isn't about JSPs...
 
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This post is already in JDBC forum.
 
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