Download SQLServer Express With Tools (free version) to get SQL Server Management Studio plus the Advanced Services such as Searching
Install Visual Studio, whatever releases we want.
The SQLEXPRESS beast ran as Windows Authentication. It would not go to Mixed Mode.
The change could only be wrought by SSMS.
It could not see VS2008 SP1 was there.
She took the trail http://devlicio.us/blogs/sergio_pereira/archive/2010/03/07/rule-quot-previous-releases-of-microsoft-visual-studio-2008-quot-failed.aspx
Known henceforth as OAK\SQLEXPADV. It is happy, for I can run SQL scripts.
I shall continue my quest this afternoon.
Later writers add:
A couple of things on Jenkins that weren't obvious:
- have set msbuild parameters /p:Configuration=Release /p:Platform="Any CPU" to match Third Party Tools\NUnit\nunit-console.exe as opposed to Third Party Tools\NUnit\nunit-console-x86.exe.
- Need to think about whether x86 or x64 will be our default build, and which we should unit- and integration-test.
- Jenkins uses workspace as its current directory, so have added a BuildOakDatabase.bat that cds to our main scripts folder before running the usual BuildOakDatabase.bat
Jenkins is now succeeding for all four of our LabCom suite products. We can switch off the old Cruise Control tests in a few days time.