Enable this option if your third party driver supports the like operator. Ann Marie Bond Posts: Once all options for the new linked server have been set, press OK to create the linked server. When enabled, SQL Server will automatically start a distributed transaction when a stored procedure is executed via the third-party driver. If the collation of a column in the other database is different than the default collation on the SQL Server, SQL Server will honor the column collation as specified by the linked server instead of re-sorting the data using the default SQL Server collation if this option is enabled. Lazy Schema Validation If set to true: By default this option is not enabled.
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Each has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Creating a new linked server from the Management Studio. Ann Marie Bond Posts: This option should be selected. So any instability in the driver will not affect SQL Server itself. SQL Server typically reserves all but a small amount of memory for itself.
The connection works, but we do not get any of the ocnnx.
Once the driver has been selected, fill in the remaining fields. If the codepage and sort order of the other database is the same a SQL Server, enable this option for better performance. And for a fully compliant driver that supports both catalog and owner names, like CONNX, it would look like this:. Data Access Enables or disables the use of queries with the third-party driver.
Specifying the linked server driver connection properties. The advantage of the four-part name syntax is ldbc it is the easiest and most compact to write. Enables or disables the use of queries with the third-party driver. For example if a provider does not support catalog names, but does support owner names, the syntax would look like this:. Please refer to idbc documentation of the third-party driver for details on what to supply for the remaining fields. This makes the process of connecting to them through SQL server a bit challenging.
The odcb method involves using a four-part name with the following odbbc The advantage of In process is performance. A case in point: To enable these ad-hoc methods execute the following commands:.
After selecting the name of your linked server connection, you must decide what type of driver to use to access the non-SQL Server database. Obviously, this needs to oebc turned on. The solution to the problem is provided on the following dialog.
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This option should not be selected. If your third- party does not support comnx transactions this option is only available with OLE DB providers, not ODBC driverand you still want to allow updates and take the risk of SQL Server commits not being in sync with commits to you third-party driver, enable this option. But they do support accessing data via indexes.
For large tables this is a performance bottleneck. Enable this option if your third party driver supports the like operator.
By default this option is not enabled. This cpnnx typically called a two-phase commit. When enabled, SQL Server will automatically start a distributed transaction when a stored procedure is executed via the third-party driver.