Error updating batch microsoft odbc sql server driver sql server
In short order, you will learn about the need to call “sp_change_users_login” to correct this problem, which is known as the ‘orphan user’ problem.
Of course, the results above don’t actually show you the syntax required, so you will have to run another search for that sproc name which will lead you to the MSDN documentation for sp_change_users_login (Transact-SQL). If you have a user in your recently restored database named ‘someuser’ and you have already created the login on the server (which is why you got the …already exists in the current database…
I especially like the second one whose title ends with ‘Aarrgghh!!
’ which led to me clicking it since it represented my current thoughts on the matter quite succinctly.
One is COMPUTER-PC\SQLSERVERTEST and the other one is COMPUTER-PC\SQLEXPRESS. Awaiting your reply friend and appreciate your help here.
While connecting via jdbc what should i enter in the host name ? There are two ways to connect to MS SQL Server: By instance name or by port number.
Your host name is COMPUTER-PC and the instance names are SQLEXPRESS and SQLSERVERTEST respectively.
Every time I install/uninstall MS SQL Server I receive the same error.
Unfortunately, using Sql Management Studio alone doesn’t seem up to the task of correcting this problem.
You have to drop down to calling esoteric stored procedures (who needs a GUI to actually manage users and logins, right? Searching for this error at least yields many results like these.
I have even performed a hard reset of the laptop removing even the BIOS information but I still get the same error.
I have discovered that installs of MS SQL Server are concurrent so this perhaps explains it.
And don't forget about the hints I gave in the first place.