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  1. Peter Petersen22

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    Hello, my hoster says, that there is a plesk-limitation: each user can manage one SQL-Server DB. Who knows something about this? Regards
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    If you go to Domain's template you see how much databases allowed for creation. You can change this value there.
     
  3. Peter Petersen22

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    Hello, thanks for your answer. In Default Domain i have unlimited SQL Server Databases. Why told my hoster me that there is a limit? My problem was: I cant connect from one db to another (i got a 916-Error), because each db has its own login/user.
     
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    Right. When you create new DB, you should create own user for this DB.
     
  5. Peter Petersen22

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    On my local server i have one login, two db's and for each db one user with the one login. So i could query in db1 data from db2. How could i realize this on the hosted server?
     
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