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Re: Accessing Microsoft SQL Server from Linux using DBD::Sybase

by zenworks (Initiate)
on Dec 02, 2010 at 18:26 UTC ( #874978=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Accessing Microsoft SQL Server from Linux using DBD::Sybase

Thank you for posting this

the only thing I had to do in addition to your instructions was to edit /etc/ to include the path for, which is installed by the freetds installation portion. This location is /usr/local/freetds/lib

and then, run ldconfig

this worked for me using RHEL 5.5, Perl 5.8.3, MS SQL Server 2005

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[choroba]: LanX was there a way to recover the numbers from the remaining information?
[Corion]: LanX: Ow ;)
Discipulus manual work: i just tell the same to my boss: every time the quick solution is to assign some manual data entry task to my group.. because we have not direct access to many databases here..
[LanX]: point is: in high speed trade each bank has to remember what he has to get from the others... so dresdner got billed for losses but couldn't claim gains
Discipulus is this the IT?
[Corion]: Discipulus: Well, in many cases it doesn't make sense to build an interface and complicated program just to enter 20 rows into a database ;) But yes, automating data imports should pay off in the long run
[LanX]: Choroba: this happened before I joined, was still in uni, but my boss was summoned to the CEO of the second biggest German bank at that time and could only say " I told them its not ready" ;)

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