how to connect to a MSSQL server with Rev Linux?
palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Feb 16 11:17:49 CST 2010
Looking at the synaptic offerings for microsoft sql, there are a couple more
There is a Perl module, libdi-perl, about which the comments say
BI (DataBase Interface) is a Perl framework that provides a common interface
to access various backend databases in a uniform manner. DBD (DataBase
modules provide implementations for various backend data storage mechanisms
including networked relational databases (particularly SQL databases) and
web services such as the Google search engine.
It is extremely portable and available for a wide range of operating
architectures and data stores, including:
* Microsoft SQL Server
* IBM DB2
Then there is a package called sqsh, about which the comments say
sqsh is a flexible commandline utility that uses the freetds libraries
to connect to Sybase or Microsoft SQL servers. It is a useful debugging
tool for identifying problems with other SQL applications, and it can be
used as a productivity tool in its own right: unlike most SQL CLIs, sqsh's
interactive shell lets you pipe the output of SQL queries directly to other
Unix commands for further processing.
Hope one of these is some use!
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