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I am making a program in which I established connection with sql server using DSN. I am using ODBCConnection class. I want to check that, DSN which is created is for access or sql server. I did google but not getting helpful information. I am using c# and visual studio 2008.

Posted 21-Feb-12 23:24pm
Teju MB 23-Feb-12 0:46am
whsich DSN have u created?? User or System or File??

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Go to control pannel-->Administrative tools-->Data Source(ODBC)-->select any 1( user/System/file) -->here u can see the number of DSN that already exists-->click on configure button--> here u can see either ur DSN is created for access or SQL or Excel or any other..

u can also change the configuration considered u have enough authentications.
Good Luck:-)

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