I dont know whats going on?? Re: Error establishing socket to host: Reason: Connection refused: connect TLC-IT Aug 17, 2009 7:55 AM (in response to PHRED-SE) You will need to examine the logs in at least four The one that caught my attention was: SQL Server does not enable the TCP/IP protocol. Thanks!Chad # Posted By Chad | 10/3/07 5:32 PM I fixed this error in MX 7.1 and SQL Server 2000 by installing SQL Server SP4 and ensuring I add the login http://invictanetworks.net/error-establishing/error-establishing-socket-to-host-and-port-sql-server-2005.html
Enter a value of 0 to have SQL Server dynamically detect and assign a port the next time SQL Server starts. Finally, if things are "still not working" after you make these changes, do make sure that the problem is not that you're now getting a different error, like "Cannot open database I have had this problem in local installations for years!!, and finally there is the solution. BTW it is a bad idea to use sa account to develop applications. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/477860
Keep that in mind if you may find someone else with all the other same version configuration as you, saying it should work, if it still does not for you.Hope something TCP port 1433 (ms-sql-s service): LISTENINGportqry.exe -n 127.0.0.1 -e 1433 -p TCP exits with return code 0x00000000. I would suggest you please verify the service status and the port you If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? There is an known bug: SQL Server May Not Listen on TCP/IP Sockets When TCP/IP is the Only Protocol In a SQL Server 2000 custom installation, if TCP/IP is the only
So it seems the first paragraph was all you needed. :-) But maybe the rest will help someone else. Wednesday, June 18, 2008 11:16 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote First, is you server running on port 1344 or 1433? I applaud you for being thorough. Error Establishing Socket To Host And Port Oracle Thanks for sharing, Sarge.
I've done what testing I can. Error Establishing Socket To Host And Port 1433. Reason Connection Refused Connect You're asking about ODBC connections, and while I mentioned that they are suggested by some as a work-around to the problem above, you're asking about problems using them so it's really When I enabled and started this service miracle happend... # Posted By Mirza H. - Bosnia | 11/1/08 10:49 AM @Mirza , thanks for sharing your experience. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
I did that, and then reran my code and all was well (and the datasource would now verify in the Admin console.) Phew! visit You can't ping port. Error Establishing Socket Sql Server 2005 All verified fine until we tried to access any data at which point we got [SequeLink JDBC Driver]An internal error occurred.Nice, very useful. Error Establishing Socket To Host And Port Informatica Perhaps one is already installed.If anyone has a suggestion or solution, I would appreicate your help.
c. http://invictanetworks.net/error-establishing/error-establishing-socket-jdbc-sql-server.html I would really appreciate that..maybe something in my coldfusion administrator not right !!! # Posted By sachin jarral | 4/14/08 12:32 PM Sachin, I must direct you to the steps I On that TCP/IP protocol, where I right-clicked to enable, that right-click also offers a Properties option (which is another way you could choose to enable/disable the protocol). share|improve this answer answered Feb 7 '10 at 21:43 Piotr Rodak 1,11657 @Piotr Rodakam :getting error like this while enabling TCP/IP Access denied [0x80041003] –Thirst for Excellence Feb 8 Oracle Jdbc Driver Error Establishing Socket To Host And Port
Please type your message and try again. Connection refused: connect The root cause was that: java.sql.SQLException: [Macromedia][SQLServer JDBC Driver]Error establishing socket. I was used to using the management utility from SQL Server 2000, so jumping over to check the connection types was logical. http://invictanetworks.net/error-establishing/error-establishing-socket-sql-server.html java.net.ConnectionException: Connection refused: connect at com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerException.makeFromDriverError(Unknown Source) at com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerException.connect(Unknown Source) at com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver.connect(Unknown Source) For this kind of database connection problem, there are always two distinct issues: The SQL server itself is
See you there!Why you should think twice about leaving on the "public JRE" option of the Java JDK installerHow to solve common problems with applying ColdFusion updates (in 10 and above)I'll I change the type to "Microsoft SQL Server".I input my user name and password, and change the
The Windows ODBC SQL Server driver simply uses a different mechanism for connecting to the database than the SQL Server JDBC driver that underlies CFMX.When you change to using the ODBC If it was then telnet would be able to connect to 1433. I suggest to go back the SQL Server configuration Utility and check if TCP/IP endpoint is enabled and Lastly, in CF5, while most use ODBC datasources there, if you did try to create an OLEDB datasource using the SQLOLEDB provider, in the circumstance I'm describing it would just say navigate to this website It may help others to know what did/did not work for you, that led to your solution. # Posted By charlie arehart | 9/28/16 11:35 AM Charlie,To sum it up, I
the process ID is the last column. Again, since I don't have SQL 2000, I can't verify what you did against what the CFMX docs say to do. Can anyone shed a light for me please? # Posted By alec | 7/16/06 5:17 PM Alec, did you read my entry in its entirety? Thursday, June 19, 2008 8:52 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Lets make one step at a time. Please disable all other SQL Server protocols but leave
Anyway, glad to have helped. # Posted By Charlie Arehart | 12/12/12 3:37 PM How to connect Java to jdbc and odbc @ same time # Posted By sachin dev jarral Editing the registry and restarting SQL Server fixed my problem. # Posted By John | 8/7/07 4:28 PM Charlie - Sorry to post this comment to your (since it isn't specifically