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Setting up linked servers with an out-of-process OLEDB provider


Setting up linked servers with an out-of-process OLEDB provider

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Eric M Russell
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One of the best articles on the web for configuring linked server connections. The part that describes what specific resources a provider must be granted access to before it will run out-of-process is especially useful, and I'm sure there is a long story with plenty or trial and error. Thanks.


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Eric M Russell (6/9/2011)
... I'm sure there is a long story with plenty or trial and error.


...longer than you could ever imagine!
Thank you.

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Excellent, excellent article, Gianluca!

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Nice article Gianluca.



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Good thorough article, Gianluca.
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Great article! It helped me solve my linked server problem. (as for some reason the Microsoft OLE DB provider for DB2 didn't want to run InProcess. The bastard :-D)
But so overly complex, Microsoft could spend some time to simplify this...


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