Best Way to Fix Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition ErrorAugust 23, 2020 by Owen Faunce
You should read these troubleshooting guidelines if you receive a Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Express Edition error code on your computer. What is Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition [ENU]? Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition (SQL Server Compact Edition) is intended for developers looking for a lightweight relational database solution for their applications that can be developed and deployed to desktops and mobile devices.
In February, I blogged about my less successful attempt to install Microsoft SQL Server Express 2005. The comments in this article confirmed that I was not alone in these issues.
A helpful Microsoft employee also posted comments with links to specific versions of .NET that need to be installed. They released a community beta in June, so I decided to try again. After a few hours of work, I installed it and was a little impressed with the SQL Server Express Manager - more information below.
Even though it took me much longer than it should have been, there were a few positives about it all. Microsoft turned off many features by default, including network connections. You can use the Surface tool to activate these features.
SQL Server 2005 Express also ships with SQL Server Configuration Manager. You can pretty much only tweak your network security settings.
You might think that connecting to SQL Server Express Manager isn't too difficult. Just enter your hostname and connect. So I added localhost in the Server Instance field. However, if you try this, you get a connection timeout:
Ok, I may have blocked some ports in Windows Firewall or SQL Server Express. After almost completely disabling network security and Windows XP firewall, I still get the error.
Somehow I figured out that you need to print it like this: computername \ SQLSERVER_INSTANCE_NAME The name of your SQL Server Express instance will most likely be SQLEXPRESS.
Now that I'm finally in SQL Server Express Manager, I expect it to be something like SQL Server Enterprise Manager. This is very limited as I've found.
You can't really manage your server with it. It provides a read-only view of your SQL Express Server and allows you to execute SQL statements.In other words, you can see your tables, but you cannot edit them. There is not even a way to use SELECT *
from tableName; createby right clicking. You can also display views, stored procedures, and users, but you cannot manipulate any of these objects unless you start the system Manual stored procedures. The only option in the context menu is Refresh.
Another problem is that the query editor always uses the default
master database, even if you are focusing on another.
Microsoft is explicitly giving third parties the option to provide a decent driver for SQL Server Express. The only thing that sets SQL Server apart from other databases is that it is easy to manage. However, this does not appear to be a feature in the Express version.
The current database engine looks interesting and is a big improvement over MSDE, but I haven't had time to play around with it yet. I will post more when I get the chance.
Microsoft is clearly positioning SQL Server 2005 Express to compete with open source databases. But I think they have gone too far. Installation takes a long time if the correct dependencies are not installed and there are no GUI management tools.
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