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'Tip: Code For Getting Available SQL Server Names In Visual Basic
'October 10, 1999
'Add this code As a reference To the Microsoft SQLDMO Object Library (SQLDMO.DLL).

Dim SQLApp As SQLDMO.Application
Dim Names As SQLDMO.NameList

Set SQLApp = New SQLDMO.Application
' get available servers
Set Names = SQLApp.ListAvailableSQLServers

Dim indx As Integer

' print names to debug window
For indx = 1 To Names.Count
Debug.Print Names.Item(indx)

Set Names = Nothing
Set SQLApp = Nothing
This tip was submitted by Kristjan Kelt.

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