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From: madhu sw <madhu4u at yahoo dot com>
Subject: Need help...
Date: Apr 25 1998 6:48PM
The scenerio goes this way,
I have a NT 4.0 running a IIS 3.0 web server and another NT 4.0 server
running SQL Anywhere Network Server 5.0.02 which has a Watcom SQl
database. I also have Sybperl 2.09 binary installed on the Web server.
I first wrote a small script given below:
use Sybase::DBlib ;
my $dbh = Sybase::DBlib->dblogin($uid,$pass,$server) ;
I got errors, telling that it could not find the locales.dat file in
the current directory. I mapped the
drive of my database server to my web server, but this did not work.
I later installed the Sybperl on the database server and tried the
above script i got the following errors..
DB-Library error :
could not find addressing dictonary
Operating system error:
There is no OS level error
How can i over come this problem, i need to use the web server and
then connect to the database server from there, as i would be writing
cgi scripts to display information stored in my database server.
Thank u all for your help in advance.....
---Michael Peppler wrote:
> Goutam P writes:
> > I have an NT 4.0 version and perl 5.001.
> > I do also have Sybperl ver 2.0. Do I need VC++ on my NT system.
> > If I just copy the dll's required , will it not be enough. Ok I
> > solution by which I need to connect to the Database server from
> > server.I have SQL Anywhere 5.0 Open Client on my NT server.
> You can get a binary for perl 5.004_02 and Sybperl 2.09_04 from two
> sites that are referenced on my web page (see my .sig, below). This
> should work provided you have the appropriate OpenClient libs/dlls on
> your system. I'm not an NT person (although I just got an NT laptop
> :-) so I don't know exactly what needs to available on your system to
> make this work, but the basic pieces are available from links that
> on my web page.
> Michael Peppler -||- Data Migrations Inc.
> firstname.lastname@example.org -||- http://www.mbay.net/~mpeppler
> Int. Sybase User Group -||- http://www.isug.com
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