I'd suggest you connect to this SQL Server using Enterprise Manager from
another machine, and see if the databases show up. If they do, then it's
more of a client side problem with Enterprise Manager.
Vyas, MVP (SQL Server)
Yes, I can see them an open them up to the individual tabel level
That's kind of reassuring. ...
> Can you connect to your SQL Server using Query Analyzer and run the
> following command?
> SELECT * FROM master..sysdatabases
> Do you see your database here? If you do, try the following command and
> if it gives any errors:
> USE Your_Database_Name_Here
> Vyas, MVP (SQL Server)
> We are running the CRM program Goldmine Front Office. It has a SQL 7.0
> Today, we started having trouble with our databases and the key in fixing
> it seems to be to open the SQL database to check some things.
> But, when we open the EM, it says 'no items'. Goldmine is working fine
> however, except that we lost a year of history records.
> Any suggestions on how to find our database?
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