Using a non-default SQL Server port with Continuum.
SQL Server has been changed from the default port setting and confirgured with a specific static port for incoming SQL connections.
Continuum doesn’t care if the SQL Server is using a default port or not. As long as the Database can be created/updated using the Database Initialization application it will work fine. This has not been tested or qualified but should work fine.
After the port is changed, the user should perform the Database Update process to ensure that the connection can be made from Continuum to SQL Server and vice versa.
Here’s a Microsoft article on how to change the SQL port.