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How do I get .net to work in a SQL Server cluster

I am trying to create a SQL 2005 two node cluster on Windows 2003 EE 32-bit. We have a database that has MSMQ assemblies using .net. We were trying to move this database from an old server (single instance) to a Clustered server but have had many problems with .net. When we test a failover the assemblies in the database break because .net is not clustered.

I am not finding any documentation on this. Can someone please provide assistance?

Thanks in advance.

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asked Feb 26 '10 at 02:15 PM in Default

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Are you using Active/Active or Active passive cluster, does your connection string point to the virtual IP?

What errors are you getting?

Google is your friend.. As is BOL

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189877%28SQL.90%29.aspx

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answered Feb 26 '10 at 02:24 PM

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Errors are very important to figure out this kind of problem.
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