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From: "Bob Buehler" <bob dot buehler at cpa dot state dot tx dot us>
Subject: RE: Moving up from Sybperl 4.0 to Sybperl 5.0/web-to-sybase project; need help
Date: Nov 13 1998 2:32PM

Here are some links for PERL/CGI scripts. Hope they help.

Bob Buehler
State of Texas
Comptroller of Public Accounts 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:
> []On Behalf Of Roleigh Martin
> Sent: Thursday, November 12, 1998 4:05 PM
> To: SybPerl Discussion List
> Subject: Moving up from Sybperl 4.0 to Sybperl 5.0/web-to-sybase
> project; need help
> Hello,
> I just stumbled across the sybperl-listserv today and have looked
> at several of the last months of the archive.
> I am currently familiar with sybperl 4.0X (trying to upgrade to 
> sybperl 5.0X) and I know the basics of HTML (I have my own web
> site of static pages at
> which focuses
> on Y2k and the embedded systems threat to core infrastructures -- you
> might find it interesting -- I have published 23 some Y2k articles in
> the trade press).
> Anyway, at my "straight" job, I need to be able to do updates and 
> selects against a Sybase database on unix from within a web page that
> goes against a unix-hosted web server (we use RS/6000 AIX computers).
> Can you give me some starters where to look for documentation, examples,
> etc?  I have never written a cgi script, so that is part of my task to
> learn too.
> I have worked with sybase SQL Server for about 6 years though.
> Thanks!
> Roleigh Martin
> ------------------------------------------------------------------
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