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P.s. DSN connections are slower than DSN-Less connections

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Thank you I think I will use OLEDB for my application.

Can you encrypt your connetionstring?
Also is it wise to add propertise to your connecting string to Prompt uid and pwd?

Plz help.

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You can encrypt the connection string, but there is not a lot of point. Instead you can use a Trusted Connection to your SQL Server.

If you use a Trusted Connection you would not need to prompt for a Username/Password either.

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By bad - I was picking up on the "Without DNS" in the last one, missed the SQL driver.

You'd want to use SQLOLEDB without DNS.


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Are you saying that I should use the last one?

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He is saying what I said, you should use a DSN-less OLEDB connection . . . I.e.

<%
Set cnn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
cnn.open "PROVIDER=SQLOLEDB;DATA SOURCE=sqlservername;UID=username;PWD=password;DATABASE=myda tabasename "
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Thank you very much I now understood.

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