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In this section we’ll guide you through the most relevant features of My Semantic Search.

To begin working with this sample, execute the following procedure.

Connecting to a SQL Server Instance using My Semantic Search

  1. Double-click the My Semantic Search icon that was placed on the Desktop.



    The application will ask for the network name or IP address of a SQL Server 2012 instance. If the application is running on the same computer as the SQL Server 2012 instance, you can use localhost as a valid name.
  2. Enter a valid name and click Add.

  3. The application will connect to the SQL Server instance, list existing FileTables, and automatically select the first one to show you all the files it contains. If there are no FileTables in any database, or no databases that support FileTables, you will see an empty list.

 

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Last edited Nov 4, 2011 at 7:53 PM by danielaltamirano, version 7

Comments

DavidSPDBA Mar 22, 2012 at 11:09 PM 
If you don't see the desktop icon, make sure you installed the files on the same drive as Silverlight. I had Silverlight in C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Silverlight and the application in D:\MySemanticSearch. Uninstalling the app and moving the files to C:\MySemanticSearch and reinstalling worked perfectly. I also found that the install fails if there is a space in the file path for MySemanticSearch.

Rekonn Jan 26, 2012 at 7:57 PM 
Setup completes without any errors that I can see, but no icon was placed on the desktop. What can I do next to troubleshoot this?