Contributed by Anonymous Monk
on Jul 06, 2000 at 22:07 UTC
> network programming
I am making a web server that logs to a access database through ODBC, the server itself works fine, but when I paste in code that I know works PERL just crashes.
|Answer: ODBC and Sockets (can they function at the same time?)|
contributed by cwest
Since I have little to no info on the matter, I can answer your question.
Yes, Sockets and ODBC can work together. Many times you may connect to your Database using Sockets.
As far as your problem, I'm affraid I can't give very good suggestions without more information.
The possibilities are endless.
- Perhaps your program can't find/get a connection to Access?
- Maybe the path to perl is wrong?
Be more specific and we can try and help you with your problem, perhaps you should post to 'SOPW'
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