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would prefer to use MsSql as database instead of HsqlDb is it possible.

 
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Hi all,
i would prefer to use MsSql as database instead of HsqlDb is it possible.
Actually in my server lck file is getting generated automatically.with even first time access.I don't want that.
for that if possible i would like to shift my database as MsSql instead.
Here in the option i am getting only Mysql,Oracle,Postgres,HsqlDB.

Or if not this all.
Is ther any way i can transfer my old application complete data like all question answers asked.

till now i have taken the new source code.
used my own NTLM authetication using jcifs so that we can use it for our personal use.

But how to get all previous data if i can get to know that, it will help me alot.

please guide if some can.

thanks
Vijendra


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hm, sql server is not 100% supported - a lot of people sent patches, but we're not sure if it is working right. Only on JForum 3 (already in development) we will support sql server natively.

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