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Can't create a new connection of database SQL 2005 with MyEclipse ]

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I can't create a new connection of database SQL 2005. I added sqljdbc 1.0 (jar). I declare :
Driver Name jdbc:sqlserver://localhost:1400;
url : jdbc:sqlserver://localhost:1400[;databaseName=]
Driver class: com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver
When I test connect: error port of sql2005.
I can't know port number of sql 2005 and what to do to create a new connection of database SQL 2005 with MyEclipse

Help me!

Thanks a lot.

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