I assume you are using Win32 Perl. If so, you can either use the
Win32::ODBC module or ADODB. If not, you need to lf you are on Unix, you
might go to CPAN and look for the DBI module. I don't know much about it,
but you may want to look at Sybperl. Here are a few links...
1 - Options for Accessing databases from Perl -
(includes links for Win32::ODBC, ADO, DBI, and Sybperl)
2 - Win32::ODBC FAQ - http://www.roth.net/odbc/odbcfaq.htm
3- Win32::ODBC Tutorial -
4 - Zack Steinkamp's Win32::ODBC site:
5 - Jon's Win32::ODBC Address Book -
6 - Perl-Win32-Database FAQ:
Hope this helps,
- Eric D. Smith - Webmaster
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: pang khong lin [SMTP:klpang@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 05, 1998 8:30 PM
> To: perl-beginner@...
> Subject: [PBML] where to begin . . . .
> yeap, help is needed here. Currently I am doing a project where I need
> to put up a form into the local intranet so that everyone could access
> it everywhere in the plant. Now, as usual a form need to be design using
> html with the relevant cgi scripts to perform the processes. The problem
> is these form need to be stored in the database ( they are using sybase
> ). Can anyone direct me to any sites that provide tutorial on
> interfacing ( querying, adding records, updating, etc )between cgi
> scripts and sybase?
> thanks a million.
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