Listing all available SQL Server

Listing all available SQL Server

Thanks to the SQL-DMO object model, it’s very easy to list all the available SQL Server 7.0 installations. For example, this code loads all the SQL Servers registered on the local machine into a ComboBox control:

' NOTE: this code assumes that you've added a reference to the'       SQL-DMO type library in the References dialog boxDim sqlApp As New SQLDMO.ApplicationDim NameList As SQLDMO.NameListDim index As Long    Set NameList = sqlApp.ListAvailableSQLServerscboServers.Clear' local SQL Server must be added manuallycboServers.AddItem "."        For index = 1 To NameList.Count    cboServer.AddItem NameList.Item(index)Next

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