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From: Wasim Juned <wasim at intercom dot ecuanex dot net dot ec>
Subject: Re: Can sybperl connect to sybase server in another machine
Date: Apr 9 1998 5:20PM

The Sybase OpenClient Libraries are free on Linux. All other
platforms cost $$ but I don't know how much. I would be interested in
finding out though.

Cheers Wasim.


On Wed, 8 Apr 1998, Michael Peppler wrote:

> Xiaoning Zhu writes:
>  > Hi, there:
>  > 
>  > Right now, I have a Sybase anywhere server running on a NT
>  > machine. My web server and sybperl are running on a sparc machine(Unix).
>  > How can I let my perl scripts in the sparc machine work with sybase
>  > database server using sybperl?
> 
> You need Sybase OpenClient on the web server machine, and you need to
> make sure that you can connect to the SQL Anywhere server on NT with
> OpenClient. 
> 
> You should probably talk to Sybase about this.
> 
> Michael
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