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Excuse me... I tried many time using your sample code for ODBC, but there is an error everytime i tried to use this code:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use DBI; # Module connection for ODBC # Set up variables for the connection my $server_name = "shadow"; my $server_ip = "10.207.130.8:8080"; my $database_name = "Smart Response System"; my $database_user = "cs59173"; my $database_pass = "5055"; my $DSN = "driver={SQL Server};server=$server_name;tcpip=$server_ip;da +tabase=$database_name;uid=$database_user;pwd=$database_pass"; my $DBH = DBI->connect("DBI:ODBC:$DSN") or die "Couldn't open database +: $DBI::errstr\n";
The error message is:

DBI->connect(driver={SQL Server};server=shadow;tcpip=10.207.130.8;database=Smart Response System;uid=cs59173;pwd=5055) failed: MicrosoftODBC Driver Manager Invalid string or buffer length (SQL-S1090)(DBD: db_login/SQLConnect err=-1) at c:\Perl\SRS\sql.pl line 13

FIY, i have tried also sequence of examples by other monks, but also failed. Could you please help tracing the problems? Thanx a lot...

In reply to Re: Re: connecting Perl with MS SQL Server on NT using ODBC by x-c-ute-o-ner
in thread connecting Perl with MS SQL Server on NT using ODBC by peacemaker1820

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