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I am using econnect 9 on windows 2000 professional system On integrating data from client machine to SQL server on a different machine with integrated security, system throws a message "Login failed for user '(null)'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection."We have workstation based network, not domain users , whether it can be the reason for the error Please give me a solution for this Thanks in advance Paul
I am using windows 2000 professional , in MSDTC setting i didn't see any security configuration and not able to set log on account to NT AUTHORITY\NetworkServiceCan you please tell how can i set it .ThanksBibi
You mentioned that you are in a workgroup environment rather than a domain. In this setup, SQL server can only authenticate local accounts on the SQL box and will have problems with calls from a remote machine. However, a workaround that I have heard of is to create identical user accounts (exact same username and password) on both the client and SQL server machines. Then configure the eConnect COM+ application on the client to use this account on the identity tab. Then go to the SQL server and give this account a windows login and put it into the DYNGRP role of DYNAMICS and company databases. Each machine is still using a local account for everything, but in a workgroup environment like this, DTC passes the user credentials as-is (plain text I believe) over to the SQL server which will authenticate it since it has an identical local user account with those credentials and you've given this account the proper permissions in SQL.Best Regards, Kevin Johnson - GP Developer Support
In most newsgroups, the majority of the articles are responses to some other article. The set of articles that can be traced to one single non-reply article is called a thread. Most modern newsreaders display the articles arranged into threads and subthreads. For example, in the wine-making newsgroup rec.crafts.winemaking, someone might start a thread called; "What's the best yeast?" and that thread or conversation might grow into dozens of replies long, by perhaps six or eight different authors. Over several days, that conversation about different wine yeasts might branch into several sub-threads in a tree-like form.
Many Internet service providers, and many other Internet sites, operate news servers for their users to access. ISPs that do not operate their own servers directly will often offer their users an account from another provider that specifically operates newsfeeds. In early news implementations, the server and newsreader were a single program suite, running on the same system. Today, one uses separate newsreader client software, a program that resembles an email client but accesses Usenet servers instead.
Newsgroups are typically accessed with newsreaders: applications that allow users to read and reply to postings in newsgroups. These applications act as clients to one or more news servers. Historically, Usenet was associated with the Unix operating system developed at AT&T, but newsreaders were soon available for all major operating systems. Email client programs and Internet suites of the late 1990s and 2000s often included an integrated newsreader. Newsgroup enthusiasts often criticized these as inferior to standalone newsreaders that made correct use of Usenet protocols, standards and conventions.
Pan is a Usenet newsreader that's good at both text and binaries. It supports offline reading, scoring and killfiles, yEnc, NZB, PGP handling, multiple servers, and secure connections. It runs on Linux, BSD systems, Mac OS X, and Windows.
Windows compatibility of Wine is still so bad that it is virtually useless except for the very few windows apps that it is optimized to support and those apps are imho a very poor choice, because those are the apps that have good oss alternatives (internet explorer, MS Office, Photoshop).
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