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Re: Switching from ODBC to DBI

by thargas (Deacon)
on Apr 11, 2011 at 18:44 UTC ( #898747=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Switching from ODBC to DBI

Not to disagree with previous comments (far from it), but...

At the end of your code snippet, it looks like you're constructing a DBI DSN which uses ODBC. The names of some variables at the top indicate that you're trying to talk to a DB2 database. I.E. it looks to me as though you may already be using DBI, talking to a DB2 database through the DBD::ODBC driver. Assuming that I've guessed correctly, your job may be as simple as constructing the correct DSN using DBD::DB2. Look at the docs for DBD::DB2

If you don't have DBD::DB2, building it requires access to the appropriate DB2 client libraries, which may be an issue.

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