There are a ton of blogs out there with complex queries and actions you can perform when your transaction logs are full and the vCD Web Interface fails with an error like:
.CellNotActiveException: Cell is not active
Well, I decided to make it simple for those who just want to get your environment back up and running ASAP.
Found this great piece of code from Microsoft Support site. It really works well to help troubleshoot possible connection vs environment issues. I cant get the line breaks to make it look pretty, so you can download the txt file HERE. Enjoy!
My friend Kevin got this working with 2012 SQL. Definitely a good article to read on storing your database on a Linux share.
Going to the Administrative Tools and open the ODBC Data Source Administrator window and add a new DSN for the .mdb and lo and behold I see the following nearly empty window:
This of course is no good! Where are all the other data drivers? Apparently all the regular ones we are used to seeing in 32bit Windows no longer exist as 64bit drivers. The trick is to execute %windir%\SysWOW64\odbcad32.exe.
This will give you the ability to add the rest of the 32bit Data Sources such as Microsoft Access (.mdb).
If you are changing the fully qualified domain name of your WordPress website and are looking for a quick and easy tool to update your MySQL database file, you need to check out this cool tool located at:
This was done by a guy I know from the Ukraine, Thomas Howe, he is an awesome PHP developer. If you need a good developer to hire for contract, P/T or F/T work, you can find him under his screen name (thomashowe) on oDesk.com