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From: Laurent Sainte-Marthe <smarthe at genoscope dot cns dot fr>
Subject: RE: SUMMARY:Sybperl 2.08 in DU 4.0b
Date: Dec 22 1997 1:50PM

In my case, sybperl is only installed in the production directory.
When I trace librairies call, all are mapped from this production perl
directory.

 Thank for your help
 
  Laurent
  
> 
> Is sybperl installed?  We got that error when I accidentally installed
> sybperl in our PERL test directory and not in our production PERL directory.
> 
> 
> Joe
> 
> At 11:47 AM 12/22/97 +0100, Laurent Sainte-Marthe wrote:
> >Spelling error is in my email, not in my script.
> >
> >I have :
> >
> > $server = "myserver";
> > ...
> > $dbh = new Sybase::DBlib $user, $password, $server;
> > 
> >So, error message is still there
> >
> >  Other ideas are welcome
> >  
> >  Laurent
> >  
> >-------------------------------------------------------------
> >Laurent Sainte-Marthe			GENOSCOPE
> >Tel : 01-60-87-25-00		Centre National de Sequencage
> >Fax : 01-60-87-25-13
> >-------------------------------------------------------------
> >
> >> I think that error reflects that you were unable to connect to the 
> >> database. i.e. your new Sybase call failed.  Check the spelling of 
> >> $server.
> >> 
> >> Have a good day,
> >> Brian
> >>  
> >> >  But now, I have an other problem :
> >> >  
> >> >  during execution of a simple test
> >> >  
> >> >  use Sybase::DBlib;
> >> >  $user = "mylogin";
> >> >  $password = "mypassword";
> >> >  $server = "myserver";
> >>    ^^^^^^^
> >> 
> >> >  $dbh = new Sybase::DBlib $user, $password, $serveur;
> >>                                               ^^^^^^^^
> >> >  $dbh->dbcmd("use mydatabase");
> >> >  
> >> >  this message appear :
> >> >  
> >> >   Can't call method "dbcmd" without a package or object reference at
> ./test 
> >line 
> >> > 12.
> >> 
> >> 
> >
> >
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