Arunhclite Super Contributor.
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MS SQL Query monitor for a Cluster server

Hi Team,

We are able to successfully create a database query monitor for a standalone SQL Server.

But when we apply the same for SQL Cluster server, getting error as below

[mercury][SQLServer JDBC Driver]No more data available to read

How the server name need to be given in database connection URL field ?  Becasue the server name mentioned in MSSQL application connection filed is like <servername>/INS1.

So, is there any change need to be done in Server field?

Kindly help on this.




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Trusted Contributor.. Wendolyn_M_SiS Trusted Contributor..
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Re: MS SQL Query monitor for a Cluster server

Hi Arun Kumar,

we hope you are doing great today,

Regardin the ossiue to solve it you need to download the JDBC newest driver becasue some time the actual drimer that the customer are using is not suppported by sitescope and shows the following error. 

if you have any other question please contact us 

best regards 

Wendolyn Moreira/microfocus-sitescope team 




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