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Well, as I mentioned you are trying to execute the SQL with a method that doesn't exist in Win32::ODBC. Refer to my last response (or the docs for Win32::ODBC) for the correct method. Below is a quick example of using Win32::ODBC:

use Win32::ODBC; my $DSN = qq(DSN Name); my $db; if (!($db = new Win32::ODBC($DSN))){ print "Connection Error: " . Win32::ODBC::Error . "\n"; exit; } my $qry = qq(select * from table); if ($db->Sql($qry)){ print "SQL Error: " . $db->Error . "\n"; $db->Close; exit; } while($db->FetchRow){ my %record = $db->DataHash; print $record{FIELD}; ... etc ... } $db->Close;

Again, read the docs that come with Win32::ODBC, and visit for more documentation.


In reply to RE: Re: ODBC and OLE DB by KM
in thread ODBC and OLE DB by b0dh1

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