I'm really hoping someone might be able to help me out or point me in the direction of where I might be going wrong. <img class='smiley' src='http://www.nabble.com/images/smiley/smiley_beam.gif' />
I'm trying to use the new SQL Server Spatial FDO Provider driver with MapGuide Enterprise 2009. I have got it installed successfully and can select it from the list of feature providers.
However, when I create a new data connection I am hitting a bit of a problem. I get the following error:
<b>"The underlying connection was closed: An unexpected error occurred on a receive."</b>
In the connection properties area I am entering in the following information:
* Username - username I use to access SQL Server
* Password - password for the above user name
* Service - the IP address of the SQL Server
* DataStore - the name of the database containing the data I wish to use
Can someone just confirm for me whether or not I am entering the right information in the connection properties area? Or is there some setting on SQL Server 2008 or in MapGuide that I might have missed that could be causing this problem?
Oh, I do have SQL Server and Windows Authentication mode enabled on the SQL Server!!
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