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Posted Friday, August 22, 2008 9:11 AM
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Hi.
Im trying to connect to SQl Server 2000 from Sql Developer, and im getting this error on Sql developer.

"Cannot connect to Microsoft Sql Server on localhost Vendor code 0"

this is the connections.xml file

 















































this not works, im trying with:

          






in fact i have been trying with localhost,".",127.0.0.1, the name of the computer, its a local default instance of SQL server created in Windows xp professional.

i set the tcp port to 1433 in server network utility, i create an exception on windows firewall to tcp port "1433", i dont have another firewall, antivirus or antispyware.

im trying with all this stuff and nothings works, some idea?

if you cant see the code please open the .txt attachment.


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may I ask how is this related to "working with Oracle"?

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