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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Then here's another vote for DBD::ODBC.

    I started off using DBD::Sybase, but it has some problems (with exceptions IIRC) when talking to MS SQL Server.

    For the ODBC layer I use unixODBC and of course freeTDS.
    • So either way I'm going to need to install freeTDS. Looks like I need to start there.

      This is from Solaris, if it makes any difference. (All Unices are the same to me, though; and usually to the code.)

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