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MS SQL Connectivity

by Jamnet (Scribe)
on Apr 28, 2001 at 16:28 UTC ( #76367=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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Re: MS SQL Connectivity
by mrmick (Curate) on Apr 28, 2001 at 17:14 UTC
Re: MS SQL Connectivity
by lachoy (Parson) on Apr 28, 2001 at 16:45 UTC

    Not to be rude, but there are a ton of nodes right here on PM that could help you out. Just type in ms sql in the 'search' box that's at the top of every single page.

    For future reference: the more information you provide with your question the better. Do you need to just SELECT data? Do you need read/write access? Are you connecting from a Unix, Win32, or other type of machine? What have you tried so far? What resources have you checked out? Monks, like most people on the internet, generally help people who can help themselves :-)

    Chris
    M-x auto-bs-mode

Re: MS SQL Connectivity
by asiufy (Monk) on Apr 29, 2001 at 05:10 UTC
    Well, here are some more links/information that will help:

    Michael Peppler's homepage: the guy not only wrote several Sybase modules for Perl (and I thank him a lot for that!), but also has a webpage full of information on how to get everything up and running.
    FreeTDS: you will need either this, or the Sybase libraries, if you're running Perl on *nix.

    I have set up a Linux box with FreeTDS and Peppler's DBD::Sybase to talk to SQL Server 2000 on NT. Speed is not great, but it's serviceable.
Re: MS SQL Connectivity
by zakzebrowski (Curate) on Apr 30, 2001 at 17:25 UTC
    Also be sure to check www.mysql.com A good book:
    MySQL
    Publisher New Riders
    Author Paul DuBois
    Pub Date 1st Edition December 1999
    ISBN 0735709211
    Pages 800
    Price $49.99
    Integrates mysql with perl, php, and c.
      I think the original poster meant MS SQL, which stands for Microsoft SQL Server, not the open source MySQL...
        Whoops... not enough coffee yet in system...

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