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How to start GUI SQL Explorer for Windows in 10.0B or earlier?

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TitleHow to start GUI SQL Explorer for Windows in 10.0B or earlier?
URL NameHow-to-start-GUI-SQL-Explorer-for-Windows-in-10-0B-or-earlier
Article Number000184448
EnvironmentProduct: Progress
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 9.x, 10.0x
OS: Windows
Question/Problem Description
How to start GUI SQL Explorer for Windows in 10.0B or earlier?
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Start the SQL Explorer by either using the icon in the Start menu or via SQL Explorer (sqlexp) from the command line of a proenv session.

Use the Connect on the File menu and specify the Host, Service or Port, Database name, User name, and  Password.

For example, if the database is running on the same system as SQL:Explorer :
Host     : localhost
Service  : 2500
Database : sports2000
User     : name of the user that creates the Database
Password : no password is required if there are no users created.

If the database runs on a different machine than SQL Explorer, specify this remote machine name for the Host parameter.
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Last Modified Date2/26/2016 9:09 PM
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