$DSN probably needs to be a connection string rather than a filename.
See also http://www.connectionstrings.com
See also perldoc Win32::ODBC
Win32::ODBC - ODBC Extension for Win32
To use this module, include the following statement at the top of
Next, create a data connection to your DSN:
$Data = new Win32::ODBC("MyDSN");
NOTE: *MyDSN* can be either the *DSN* as defined in the ODBC
Administrator, *or* it can be an honest-to-God *DSN Connect String
Example: "DSN=My Database;UID=Brown Cow;PWD=Moo;"
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