JDBC-ODBC - Configuring SQL Server for TCP/IP Connection

This section describes how to configure SQL Server for TCP/IP connections.

As the first test, I want to try JDBC-ODBC Bridge with the SQL Server 2005 Express Edition on my local machine. To prepare for ODBC connect, I need to make two changes to my SQL Server:

Starting SQL Server Browser Service can be easily done by using the "Services" program in the Control Panel.

Enabling the TCP/IP protocol support on my SQL Server can be done with SQL Server Configuration Manager. Go to the "Protocols for SQLEXPRESS" and enable "TCP/IP" with the context menu. Then look at the "TCP/IP" properties. You will find the port number, 1269, the SQL Server is using to listen ODBC connections.

Now my SQL Server is ready to receive ODBC connections.

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) Introduction

 JDK (Java SE) Installation

 Microsoft SQL Server Express Edition

 Microsoft JDBC Driver for SQL Server

 Microsoft JDBC Driver - Query Statements and Result Sets

 Microsoft JDBC Driver - DatabaseMetaData Object

 Microsoft JDBC Driver - DDL Statements

 Microsoft JDBC Driver - DML Statements

 SQL Server - PreparedStatement

 SQL Server CLOB (Character Large Object) - TEXT

 SQL Server BLOB (Binary Large Object) - BLOB

 JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver - sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver

 JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver - Flat Text Files

 JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver - MS Access

JDBC-ODBC Bridge Driver - MS SQL Server

JDBC-ODBC - Configuring SQL Server for TCP/IP Connection

 JDBC-ODBC - Creating DSN for SQL Server 2005

 JDBC-ODBC - Connecting to SQL Server 2005

 JDBC-ODBC - SQL Server and Driver Info

 JDBC-ODBC - Setting Current Database

 JDBC-ODBC - Looping through ResultSet

 Archived Tutorials


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