[Guide] Server using sql2005 express !

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[Guide] Server using sql2005 express !

Post by  on Sun Dec 23, 2007 11:31 am

First of all, this guide is for users who would like to experience the beauty of sql2005 express edition(not the trial,trial sucks) and for those who experience problems in sql2000...


This is tested on winxp sp2...

Step 1:Download


SQLEXPR.exe here

sqlserver2005_SSMSEE.exehere


U need this two files...its total of 93.3mb...just short...

Step 2:Installing SQL express



1.From the autorun dialog, click Run the SQL Server Installation Wizard.


2.On the End User License Agreement page, read the license agreement, and then select the check box to accept the licensing terms and conditions. Accepting the license agreement activates the Next button. To continue, click Next. To end Setup, click Cancel.


3.On the SQL Server Component Update page, Setup installs software required for SQL Server 2005. For more information about component requirements, click the Help button at the bottom of the page. To begin the component update process, click Install. To continue after the update completes, click Finish.


4.On the Welcome page of the SQL Server Installation Wizard, click Next to continue.


5.On the System Configuration Check (SCC) page, the installation computer is scanned for conditions that may block Setup. For information about configuration check items, click Help at the bottom of the page or see Check Parameters for the System Configuration Checker. To interrupt the scan, click Stop. To display a list of check items grouped by result, click the Filter button and then select a category from the drop-down list. To view a report of SCC results, click the Report button and then select an option from the drop-down list. Options include viewing the report, saving the report to a file, copying the report to the Clipboard, and sending the report as e-mail. To proceed with Setup after the SCC scan completes, click Continue.


6.On the Registration Information page, enter information in the Name and Company text boxes. To continue, click Next.


7.On the Components to Install page, select the components for your installation. A description for each component group appears in the Components to be Installed pane when you select it. You can select any combination of check boxes. When you select SQL Server or Analysis Services, if Setup detects that you are installing to a virtual server, the Install as a Virtual Server check box is enabled.


*To install individual components, click Advanced. Otherwise, click Next to continue.


8.If you clicked Advanced on the previous page, the Feature Selection page is displayed. On the Feature Selection page, select the program features to install using the drop-down boxes. To install components to a custom directory, select the feature and then click Browse. For more information about the functionality of this page, click Help. To continue when your feature selections are complete, click Next.


9.On the Instance Name page, select default instance for installation. If a default or named instance is already installed, and you select the existing instance for your installation, Setup upgrades it and provides you the option to install additional components. To install a new default instance, there must not be a default instance on the computer. To install a new named instance, click Named Instance and then type a unique instance name in the space provided.


10.On the Service Account page, check use local system account for SQL Server service accounts. You can use one account for all of the services.


11.Optionally, you can specify an individual account for each service. To specify an individual account for each service, select Customize for each service account, select a service name from the drop-down box, and then provide login credentials for the service. To proceed, click Next.


12.If you selected Reporting Services as a feature to install, the Report Server Installation Options page is displayed. Use the radio buttons to select whether to configure the report server with default values. If the requirements for installing Reporting Services in the default configuration are not satisfied, you must choose the Install but do not configure the server installation option. To view installation details for this page, click the Details button. For more information, click Help at the bottom of the page. To proceed, click Next.


13.On the Error Reporting page, optionally clear the check box to disable error reporting. For more information about error reporting functionality, click Help at the bottom of the page. To proceed, click Next.


14.On the Ready to Install page, review the summary of features and components for your SQL Server installation. To proceed, click Install.


15.On the Installation Progress page, you can monitor installation progress as Setup proceeds. To view the log file for a component during installation, click the product or status name on the Installation Progress page.


16.On the Completing the Microsoft SQL Server Installation Wizard page, you can view the Setup summary log by clicking the link provided on this page. To exit the SQL Server Installation Wizard, click Finish.


*If you are instructed to restart the computer, do so now. It is important to read the message from the Setup program when you are done with installation. Failure to restart the computer may cause failures when you run the Setup program in the future.

Step 3: Installing SQL server management studio express


Run SQL_SSMSEE setup and click next 3 times.

CLICK install.. then follow what is said.....just like in sql2000...

Step 4: Creating and restoring database...


go to START>All programs>microsoft sql server 2005>sql server management studio express CTP.


Put ur sa and password...


then right click databases and select create new database.....create MuOnline and Ranking..then click OK... for restoring, right click to MuOnline/Ranking select tasks>restore>database...select from devices and browse for the backup files...then on options tab, select overwrite existing databases and check the file names to restore.....

Step 5:Creating a server


Read guides on how to create a server...BUT! for the ODBC.reg use this:


THATS IT!


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