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Configuring SQL Server and Enterprise Tester to Use a SQL Login
This guide walks through the steps for creating a SQL login and updating the web.config file for Enterprise Tester using the login for authentication.
Create a SQL user name/login on the server you wish to access
Open SQL Server Management Studio.
Connect to the SQL server.
Go to security->logins.
Right click, select "New Login".
Select SQL Login.
Enter the username and password you wish to use.
Disable password policy enforcement, and ensure that the login does not expire, and does not require changing on next login.
Click on user mappings.
Find the Enterprise Tester database.
Click the checkbox next to it, to give the new user access.
Ensure the new user has either public and db_owner permissions, or public, datareader, datawriter and ddl permissions (as shown in the following screen shot).
- Click "OK" to save this new user.
Update the web.config file, so it uses the new SQL server login/password
Locate Enterprise Tester's web.config file (normally in C:\Program Files\Catch
Open the file with a text editor.
Locate the <connectionStrings> section in the configuration file.
Update the connection string, removing any of the following properties:
o Integrated Security=True;
Add the User Id and Password properties, for the login/password you created prior.
Save changes to the web.config file.
Access the Enterprise Tester website, to ensure the database changes have worked.