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Andrew McIsaac

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  Posted: Oct 8, 2016 11:55 AM
Good afternoon,
I am using XE8 C++ Enterprise, and Windows 10.

I have created a Azure Account, with a :
• Database Server
• Database
Initially ( now ) a trial account.

I have downloaded the Microsoft SQL Management Studio, and I can access the datatables successfully.
I have also built a C++ program that can access this data as well.
The intention is to create this API for multiple users, and multiple devices / operating systems.

The created a program (VCL) connects with the FireDac Components.

The issue I have is when I take this program and run it on another machine, it can not access the Server.

I have also put the Azure Firewall settings to 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 to allow any IP address.

Other computers with the API installed and different IP's can still not access the tables.
Is there another setting somewhere else within Azure ?

This Azure account is also a Trial, as I just created it.
Thanks in Advance.
Andrew McIsaac

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  Posted: Oct 9, 2016 4:46 PM   in response to: Andrew McIsaac in response to: Andrew McIsaac
Figured it Out :
did not have full path in both
Address and Server of FDConnection1.
=[servername].database.windows.net

thanks to anyone looking into.
David Cyryl

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  Posted: Jul 31, 2017 9:28 AM   in response to: Andrew McIsaac in response to: Andrew McIsaac
Andrew McIsaac wrote:
Figured it Out :
did not have full path in both
Address and Server of FDConnection1.
=[servername].database.windows.net

thanks to anyone looking into.

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