Connection Strings 101

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  • Nice article Nakul. Thanks 🙂

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  • Nakul,

    This article is very impressive. I think I am fortunate to know you in person.

    Wonderful resource. Bookmarked myself.


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    Pinal Dave
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  • Thanks for the article. This resource could prove useful.

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  • Hey, thanks for the article. Very inclusive and detailed! For a quick reference, I've used this site for years (it is easy to remember): http://connectionstrings.com/[/url]

  • Hello!

    Thank-you, all for taking the time out and reading my article during the holiday week-end.

    I really appreciate your kind support and am proud to be a part of such a wonderful community.

    Have a nice holiday week ahead! I wish you all a very happy, and prosperous New Year!

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    Nakul Vachhrajani.
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    Be courteous. Drive responsibly.

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  • When I saw the subject on the SSC home page, I though to myself, "Oh no, not another article with connection strings cut-and-pasted from any number of the thousands of web pages that provide them. However, I was pleasently surprised. A well written article with good information. Thanks.

  • Doug Bishop (12/27/2010)


    When I saw the subject on the SSC home page, I though to myself, "Oh no, not another article with connection strings cut-and-pasted from any number of the thousands of web pages that provide them. However, I was pleasently surprised. A well written article with good information. Thanks.

    Thank-you, Doug for taking the time out and giving my article a chance. I am really happy that you enjoyed reading the article and also hope that you have a good last-week-of-the-year!

    Happy Holidays!

    Thanks & Regards,
    Nakul Vachhrajani.
    http://nakulvachhrajani.com
    Be courteous. Drive responsibly.

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  • Hi Nakul,

    I'm hoping you're still monitoring this thread. I'm looking for some help in making a UDL connector mirror aware. In the "All" tab I've entered "Failover Partner=<servername\instance>" but this doesn't seem to be recognised as a parameter.

    For UDL is it "Failover Partner", "Failover_partner" or "FailoverPartner" for the parameter name?

    Cheers,

    Andy

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