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Web Data Adminstrator

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jacob sebastian
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Comments posted here are about the content posted at http://www.sqlservercentral.com/columnists/jSebastian/3025.asp

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John Sinclair
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Yep I've been using web data admin for years - very handy

One thing tho - Be warned that if access this web app across the public internet, and use SQL authentication you really should use HTTPs, otherwise your SQL passwords are being sent unencrypted. Particuarly dodgy if you are using unsecured wifi at a coffee shop or anything.
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I have been using this tool for few months now. Only thing which impresed me was the response time compared to the Management Studio.

Note: You should be careful in deleting database objects using this web-tool. No confirmations are asked!!!


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This is pretty neat. As advertised, it installs really quickly and I'd envision it to be a handy back pocket tool. One question: Has anyone used it to logon to servers other than the local one? I have a modest farm and would like to avoid installing it everywhere.


Best Regards,

Mark Tierney

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It works with servers outside the local network. However, pay attention to the points mentioned by John a few posts above.



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I just downloaded this and I would like to test it out on my computer dont want to install anything with out my bosses permision. Has anyone installed it on windows xp. I did see a note to install as application how do I do this?
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This is just so cool! Thanks for sharing this information!
jacob sebastian
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I have it installed on windows XP service. You can simply unzip the files and create a virtual directory pointing to the folder which contains the files.



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David Scotland-132255
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There is another open source web admin tool for sql server which looks just like the good old enterprise manager. I just gave a link to a blog since its got a nice screen shot on it the link for sourceforge is on the blog post.

http://weblogs.asp.net/rosherove/archive/2006/06/12/452008.aspx

Anyway I like it so i thought you might be interested as its also more functionla than the ms one on codeplex.

David


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I have installed this as a virtual directory and unzipped the files. Everything looks good. I tried opening default.aspx and no luck I get the text code. I am kind of new at this sql stuff sorry but can you please help. After making virt directory how do I run this? sorry for this uncalled question.
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