How to resolve the problem of no connection btw windows server and sql server due to the complaining about jiradbuser ?
I got "Error connecting to database, Login failed for user 'jiradbuser' " during database configuration after a brand new jira startup.
the database actually used by windows7 and high sierra , no complain regarding 'jiradbuser'.
jiradbuser is the user we use to access jiradb which is for jira software server version launch.
Please do the following:
If you're trying to connect to a MS SQL database that is running on a port that is not the default (non-standard), please take a look through this MSDN blog on tips for making application connectivity work.
If this is a domain user take a look at Setup "Windows-based" (Active Directory) authentication with SQL Server.
Thank you so much! I will raise these questions to our internal support on server side.
Yes, the database user has been used many ways, but never with Windows servers + SQL servers. right now, we are installing jira software on a windows server.
local db user , yes
domain user, not sure
windows server connecting to sql server, may require domain user access, that's where we stuck.
HI, @Branden McElveen, do I need to adjust dbconfig.xml to deal with windows server calling sql server ?
such as "You may need to add the
useNTLMv2=true property depending on your environment configuration."
our windows server admin just provided a VM to me, our SQL server admin just provided me SQL Authentication, which working perfectly, but not with windows server.
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