Go into control panel and select ODBC32. Then select the system DSN tab
and create a DSN called Emerald, pointing the server to your SQL server and
the database to Emerald. You can edit the client configs to allow TCP/IP
or Named Pipes (the default) as how to address the SQL server.
>I'm unable to get Emerald to work successfully from a workstation and
>access the server. I don't believe Emerald is listed in the ODBC drivers
>within the Control Panel. SQL Client utilities are installed.
>I would appreciate your assistance in getting the workstation configured
>correctly to be able to access the Emerald database on the NT server.
>Alan D. Criado
Michael J. Whisenant
AIRnet Internet Services, Inc.
ph: (256) 704-4692 fax: (256) 704-2329