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If "on Windows" means using ActiveState's ActivePerl, then I think it's best to try to install it with PPM. Just open a cmd window (AKA a "DOS box"), type ppm, and at the prompt that appears there, type "install SQL::Translator".

For pure perl modules not on these repositories, you can try the CPAN shell (type "CPAN" or "perl -MCPAN -e shell" at the DOS prompt), but you need to install a make utility first (Microsoft's nmake will do fine for most purposes) and there is, if nothing changed, quite a large questionnaire to wade through the first time you use it. Again, when it's set up, type "install SQL::Translator" at the prompt.

Whoops, the PPM shell just came back and told me it couldn't find any more recent version of SQL::Translator than 0.07; I guess you'll be forced to jump through the hoops. (the second approach).

There are good nodes out there with tutorials on how to install modules, but the outline is what I gave here.

In reply to Re: setting up SQL-Translator help by bart
in thread setting up SQL-Translator help by spx2

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