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From: bruno dot georges at barclayscapital dot com
Subject: RE: installing sybperl on solaris 2.6
Date: Aug 13 1999 4:44PM

I usually do :
 $dbh->ct_sql("use $databasename");

Bruno

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Adam.Vile@barclayscapital.com [SMTP:Adam.Vile@barclayscapital.com]
> Sent:	13 August 1999 16:50
> To:	SybPerl Discussion List
> Subject:	RE: installing sybperl on solaris 2.6
> 
> Am I being silly....
> 
> I usually use dblib, but because I want access to table definitions
> through
> ct_describe I need to use ctlib. However I can't change the database
> context.... could someone help me with the equivalent of
> dbuse($databasename) in CTlib... ?
> 
> sorry for being a CTLib neophyte..
> 
> Adam
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