MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service cannot be found


J

Jac Tremblay

Hi,
When I open Outlook, I get the message "The MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service cannot be
found on computer '.'. And then another message: "Do you want to work off
line?".
The name of the computer is wrong and BCM used to work fine.
I have Windows XP Pro, Office 2007 and VS.Net 2005 Pro.
What can I do?
Thanks
 
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William Stacey [C# MVP]

Set the computer name again to be same as computer hosting the db. Database
Tools.../Create or select.../Select an existing database
 
J

Jac Tremblay

Hi William,
Where do you get the Database Tools menu? There is no such menu in Outlook
nor in SQL Server Management Studio.
Thanks.
 
L

Luther

Hi William,
Where do you get the Database Tools menu? There is no such menu in Outlook
nor in SQL Server Management Studio.
Thanks.
--
Jac Tremblay

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Database Tools is a menu item off Outlook/BCM's BCM menu.

If BCM doesn't start up far enough to display its menu in Outlook, I
would first check that the machine has a sql server MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ
service, and that the service is started and running. If that is the
case, try creating a new Mail profile, start Outlook with the new
profile, and try to connect BCM to your existing database, or create a
new database.
 
J

Jac Tremblay

Hi Luther,
BCM does not start so I do not get access to the BCM menu. The addin cannot
load because the connection fails.
I could not find the SQL Server MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service either.
I have had some problems connecting to SQL Server lately but things are ok
now except for Outlook BCM.
I wander what I need to do to get the connection going and how to do that.
Thank you for your help, Luther, I appreciate.
 
L

Luther

Hi Luther,
BCM does not start so I do not get access to the BCM menu. The addin cannot
load because the connection fails.
I could not find the SQL Server MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service either.
I have had some problems connecting to SQL Server lately but things are ok
now except for Outlook BCM.
I wander what I need to do to get the connection going and how to do that.
Thank you for your help, Luther, I appreciate.
--
Jac Tremblay







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Check your Windows Services. There should be a sqlserver MSSMLBIZ
service. If its stopped, start it and set it to automatic. If its not
there, rerun BCM setup to create MSSMLBIZ.
 
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J

Jac Tremblay

Hi Luther,
I uninstalled BCM and reinstalled it (for the 3rd time). It works fine now.
Thank you for your help and have a good day.
--
Jac Tremblay


Luther said:
Hi Luther,
BCM does not start so I do not get access to the BCM menu. The addin cannot
load because the connection fails.
I could not find the SQL Server MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service either.
I have had some problems connecting to SQL Server lately but things are ok
now except for Outlook BCM.
I wander what I need to do to get the connection going and how to do that.
Thank you for your help, Luther, I appreciate.
--
Jac Tremblay



Luther said:
Hi William,
Where do you get the Database Tools menu? There is no such menu in Outlook
nor in SQL Server Management Studio.
Thanks.
"William Stacey [C# MVP]" wrote:
Set the computer name again to be same as computer hosting the db. Database
Tools.../Create or select.../Select an existing database
Hi,
When I open Outlook, I get the message "The MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ service cannot
be
found on computer '.'. And then another message: "Do you want to work off
line?".
The name of the computer is wrong and BCM used to work fine.
I have Windows XP Pro, Office 2007 and VS.Net 2005 Pro.
What can I do?
Thanks
- Show quoted text -
Database Tools is a menu item off Outlook/BCM's BCM menu.
If BCM doesn't start up far enough to display its menu in Outlook, I
would first check that the machine has a sql server MSSQL$MSSMLBIZ
service, and that the service is started and running. If that is the
case, try creating a new Mail profile, start Outlook with the new
profile, and try to connect BCM to your existing database, or create a
new database.- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -
Check your Windows Services. There should be a sqlserver MSSMLBIZ
service. If its stopped, start it and set it to automatic. If its not
there, rerun BCM setup to create MSSMLBIZ.
 

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