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One thing to note about that is, that the Sybase drivers will only "work" with MS SQL Server 6.5 or lower. Microsoft finally saw the light with MS SQL Server 7.0 and threw out the Sybase code and rewrote it from scratch. Not that I've worked much with SQL Server 7, but still ...

In reply to RE: RE: Problems installing Win32::OLE on Unix by Corion
in thread Problems installing Win32::OLE on Unix by toadi

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