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Re: [PBML] ODBC with ms SQL

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  • Conrad Classen
    Hi Kelly There where no previous posts as such, the one being referred to being the first one. Conrad ... From: Kelly Zhu, TSTC Library
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 3, 1998
      Hi Kelly

      There where no previous posts as such, the one being referred to being the
      first one.

      Conrad

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Kelly Zhu, TSTC Library <kzhu@...>
      To: perl-beginner@... <perl-beginner@...>
      Date: 04 August 1998 09:01
      Subject: [PBML] ODBC with ms SQL


      Hi, all,

      I just subscribed to the list a moment ago. I am not quite
      clear about what has been discussed. But I want to know the
      details after reading the following post.

      Thanks.

      Kelly
      --------------------------
      Greg and all

      Let me be the first again.

      In order to link to a MS SQL server using ODBC, what is the
      preferred way of doing this?

      1/2) use Win32:ODBC;
      1). Sending a $db-sql(); Query.
      2). How to retrieve the info returned and/or error info?
      3). Appending a new record?
      4). Updating an existing record?
      5). Deleting a record?

      I'm a bit in the dark here, which must be apparent to all.

      Conrad


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    • Chuck Reed
      Here is a list of info I have found: 1. Win32::ODBC FAQ at www.roth.net (good start) 2. Win32::ODBC Tutorial at www.netaxs.com/%7Ejoc/perl/article/Article.html
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 4, 1998
        Here is a list of info I have found:

        1. Win32::ODBC FAQ at www.roth.net (good start)
        2. Win32::ODBC Tutorial at www.netaxs.com/%7Ejoc/perl/article/Article.html
        3. www.fastnetltd.ndirect.co.uk/Perl/perl-win32-database.html

        Hope this helps.


        Hi Kelly
        >
        > There where no previous posts as such, the one being referred to being the
        > first one.
        >
        > Conrad
        >
        > -----Original Message-----
        > From: Kelly Zhu, TSTC Library <kzhu@...>
        > To: perl-beginner@... <perl-beginner@...>
        > Date: 04 August 1998 09:01
        > Subject: [PBML] ODBC with ms SQL
        >
        >
        > Hi, all,
        >
        > I just subscribed to the list a moment ago. I am not quite
        > clear about what has been discussed. But I want to know the
        > details after reading the following post.
        >
        > Thanks.
        >
        > Kelly
        > --------------------------
        > Greg and all
        >
        > Let me be the first again.
        >
        > In order to link to a MS SQL server using ODBC, what is the
        > preferred way of doing this?
        >
        > 1/2) use Win32:ODBC;
        > 1). Sending a $db-sql(); Query.
        > 2). How to retrieve the info returned and/or error info?
        > 3). Appending a new record?
        > 4). Updating an existing record?
        > 5). Deleting a record?
        >
        > I'm a bit in the dark here, which must be apparent to all.
        >
        > Conrad
        >
        >
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      • Conrad Classen
        Thanks Chuck The first I had looked at, but the seond and thirs appear to be even more comprehensive. Conrad Here is a list of info I have found: 1.
        Message 3 of 4 , Aug 5, 1998
          Thanks Chuck

          The first I had looked at, but the seond and thirs appear to be even more comprehensive.

          Conrad


          Here is a list of info I have found:

          1. Win32::ODBC FAQ at www.roth.net (good start)
          2. Win32::ODBC Tutorial at www.netaxs.com/%7Ejoc/perl/article/Article.html
          3. www.fastnetltd.ndirect.co.uk/Perl/perl-win32-database.html

          Hope this helps.



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