Your Microsoft SQL Server installation must be configured with the authentication details you want to use.
Stop all regions that are running, and close all
Enterprise Server for .NET components, services, and the user interface.
Make a backup copy of the
The file is located in
is the .NET Framework version used by
Enterprise Server for .NET. Use the file under
Framework when running a 32-bit version of Windows, and the one under
Framework64 when running a 64-bit version of Windows.
machine.config file for editing, and add the
SQL.credentials setting to the
<MicroFocus.SEE> section as follows:
<add key="SQL.credentials" value="User ID=<username>;
- <username> is the SQL Server user ID that you configured.
- <password> is the password that you configured for the SQL Server user ID.
Save and close the file.
When you re-start
Enterprise Server for .NET, the system uses the configured database authentication details.