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From: John_McCarthy at WellspringRes dot com
Subject: RE: using perl with Sybase's open server
Date: Dec 13 1999 3:38PM

If you are using an earlier version of sybase or xp_cmdshell  is not
available, I can give you a work-around for sybase running unix systems.

John  McCarthy
Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. --
Albert Einstein
> Subject:	using perl with Sybase's open server
> 
> We have a need for a stored procedure to start a sybperl script.  The
> procedure would execute at a threshold point.  Does anyone know of a way
> for
> Sybase SQL server to issue a remote procedure call (or some otherway) to
> execute a sybperl script?  I would like to avoid writing a C program using
> Open Server.