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Re: Sql server + DBI package + freetds module = problem :)
in thread Sql server + DBI package + freetds module = problem :)
You can connect to SQL server from unix machines using DBD::Sybase with freetds, or with DBD::ODBC using freetds and iodbc.
Setup guides for both:
Accessing Microsoft SQL Server from Linux using DBD::Sybase
Re: Accessing Microsoft SQL Server from Linux using DBD::ODBC
Apart from the excellent resources mentioned above, the only really tricky part of all this was that I never did get DBD::Sybase to work for any version later than 0.91. You might be encountering a similar problem ... ?
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