By Michael O’Leary Posted July 09, 2018 08:48:11In the world of SQL servers, many have a Linux client installed on it that connects to a database to perform queries, but in many cases the client does not have access to a data source.
This is where a new version of Open SQL Server comes into play.
This article explains how to get a client running on Open SQL server to perform a SQL query and a few other SQL commands that are not available in the original version.
This way, you can run your SQL server on your own machine.
Read more about the problem of SQL server installations on Linux here.
To get started, follow the instructions below.
First, download the Open SQL SQL Server release.
This will be a 64-bit version of the database, and the client should be able to access it.
Second, run the installation script in the OpenSQL command prompt, as shown below.
Open the script and run the following commands.
Open SQL Server.
You can use a different server for each database, but for this example we will use SQL Server 2012 R2 as our example database.
Open sqlserver.exe (or sqlserver) with the following options.
Use Windows PowerShell as your command prompt.
Run the following SQL command to install Open SQL in the default location:Get-Content SQL Server\Database\OpenSQLDatabase.ps1Open SQL server.
In the list of databases, select SQL Server2012 R2.
In the table named databases, enter SQL Server 2013 R2 instead of SQL Server R2 if you have SQL Server 2016 R2 installed.
Select “SQL Server 2013”.
Select the “SQL server 2013” table and enter the database name in the name field.
Select the database table that contains SQL Server (sqlserver.databases) in the table name field and enter a name for it.
If you have a database named “sqlserver”, enter the name in “sql server” as the name for that table in the database.
If the database doesn’t exist, enter “NULL” to create it.
You will be prompted for a password.
Select the default SQL password (default) and enter it.
If you already have a default SQL account, enter it here.
The SQL Server database will now be available in SQL Server and the command prompt will be presented.
The first time you run SQL Server, you will be asked for the username and password to connect to SQL Server:If you don’t have a SQL account already, enter the following username and passphrase:Enter the database that you want to connect from (sqlser.databs) and the name of the table that you’d like to connect (sql server.tablenames) in a new text box.
If the name doesn’t match the name you entered in the password field, enter a different name.
You may have to type in the SQL Server name and password twice to get the database to work.
Open the SQL server database and use the SQL commands to perform the SQL query that is specified in the following example.
You can also use a SQL client that is not installed on Open.
The following command will replace the SQL client installed in Open SQL with the client installed for the client you are using.
Open-SQLsqlserver sqlserver-sqlclient.ps01Create a new user and password for the new SQL server, and then click the OK button to close the SQL prompt.
If there is already a SQL user or password for SQL Server installed on the server, click the New button and specify that you would like to create a new SQL user account or password.
The following command replaces the SQL user named “db” with the name and passphrases that you entered.
This command will be executed when SQL Server is started on the SQLserver database.
Set-SQLServer -User db -Password sqlserver1.
If, after clicking the OK, the SQL cmdlets aren’t available, run these two commands:Open-sqlserver -SQLserver sqlser.ps2Set-SqlServer -SQLServer sqlserver2.
If Open SQL doesn’t have an SQL client available, it may be because the SQL service has not been installed.
Open-sqlser sqlserver -sqlserver 1.
Open a command prompt and type the following command to start SQL Server with the SQLServer client installed:Open sqlser sqlser -sqlclient 1.
This runs the SQL command and starts SQL Server on the Open server database.
The Open SQL installation command should now appear in the command window.
Run the following two SQL commands and enter their output.SQL commands and output.
If SQL Server doesn’t launch, try using another SQL client, such as Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft SQL Express.
If SQL Server launches and the SQL queries are all successful, you should be done.
Open SQL and use these commands to install the SQL servers.SQL server_install.bat -sql server sqlserver_install -database sqlserver Open SQL will launch