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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: Connect to SQL Anywhere thru Perl Scripts
Date: Aug 21 2001 10:50PM

Anil Choudhary writes:
 > Hello
 > 
 > Are there any routines to connect to a SQL Anywhere
 > Database thru Sybase::CTlib or Sybase DBlib
 > If yes, could u please enlighten more on this or could
 > u please let me know where to find more info on this.

Well - recent versions of SQL Anywhere (aka Adaptive Server Anywhere)
support the TDS protocol, and hence Sybase::CTlib or DBlib (or any
other OpenClient app), provided that you have a corresponding entry in
your interfaces file.

Alternatively, there is a DBD::ASAny module (for use with DBI) that is
specifically written to handle ASA.

Michael
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