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This provides a few good points about drawbacks. If a user is a Windows domain user who has a login and password for Windows, he must still provide another (SQL Server) login and password to connect. Keeping track of multiple names and passwords is difficult for many users. Having to provide SQL Server credentials every time that one connects ...


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SharePoint newbie, prepare to go bald. Unfortunately, SharePoint just does not play with SQL as nicely as you would wish it to. Give this a look: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ee556780(v=office.14).aspx You will want to use the Secure Store Service ("SSS") to store the username/password credentials. In return, SSS will provide you with a ...


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I usually just use the membership provider only for authentication, and store the profile fields directly in SharePoint user's profile.


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I'm still a little unclear but I'm going to take a stab at it anyway. It sounds like your have not actually changed the instance for the Admin databases. If you had updated the configuration they would point to the new server and re-attaching them to the old server would make no difference. Once you remove your Admin databases you have "disabled" your ...


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Only Powershell is not working after detaching the DBs from Original SQL or other stuff also broked? You can modify manually the rights associated to your account in SQL Server, but I prefer using the Add-SPShellAdmin This link is external to TechNet Wiki. It will open in a new window. cmdlet, which will do the work for you. Launch this cmdlet by using ...


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You probably need to do this through REST services with SharePoint 2013 and create a new BCS connection to that database. REST exposes BCS with External Lists, and it's possible to write a new webpart page that facilitates the Tests, and displays the results whenever you click on the Test Name. How to create an External List: ...


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You can use the Profile Provider for this, which let's you associate any arbitrary information you wish with the user. Alternatively, you could create your own table(s) that store additional user-related information. This is a little more work since you're on the hook for creating your own tables and creating the code to get and save data to and from these ...


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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/gg454740(v=office.14).aspx Writing a Rest service can do the job. Thank you all for your guidance.



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