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MSDE/SQL Requirement for Application Analyzer 2006

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Microsoft Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Domino requires MSDE Release A to create reports.  This is a free download available here.  MSDE has a 2GB report limitation.  When performing an analysis, you have the option to append the results to an existing report or to generate a new report.  If you want to continue to use MSDE after hitting the 2GB limitation, you need to export previous results (to .XLS, .DOC, RTF or PDF) and delete the information prior to generating new reports.  If you wish to generate reports larger than 2GB, you must use SQL 2000 as the report engine for Microsoft Application Analyzer 2006 for Lotus Domino.

     

MSDE requires a strong password to be configured during the installation.  To install and set the password, open a DOS window and switch to the MSDE installation directory (by default, this is C:\MSDERelA) and type setup SAPWD="password".  Please note that the quotes are required when entering the password.

 

- Amy

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  • Comments are not posted online? Strange...

  • <Patrix> Comments are being being posted.  We would like this to be an open forum so post all comments even if negitive (here) We are reviewing all comments for objectionable (such as foul language/prorn/etc) and will try be responsive.  If someone would like a comment about specific areas they should post a question here for us to respond. 

    Erik


  • Baloney. I posted comments at http://blogs.technet.com/collabtools/archive/2006/02/02/418599.aspx#comments last month that never made it on here. If you would like, you can read them over on Ed Brill's blog.

  • <Tcgathens> OK, post again. I will let it through.

    Erik

  • Sorry you blew it the first time. Censorship is not appropriate for blogs, especially blogs like this where it should be a conversation.

  • <tcgathens> Fair enough.  Honestly not sure why but I will it will not happen again.

    Erik

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