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From: "Pantera, Joseph F dot " <JPantera at gibsondunn dot com>
Subject: Using isql-type Unix tool to connect to MSSQL2000...
Date: Jun 28 2003 12:59AM

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Michael / Sybperl List-Serve:
    I know this is not a Sybperl question, but I think the people who norma=
lly get involved here might be able to provide some insight on this...  Hav=
e some rather old Unix korn shell scripts that do data extraction (isql), i=
nsertion (bcp) from other Sybase databases.  Those databases are about to b=
e converted to MSSQL2000.  Does anyone know of a way to make Sybase isql (o=
r perhaps a third party tool that works "just like" Sybase isql) work with =
MSSQL2000?  I have many perl scripts that I'm converting to do this type of=
 thing, but the scripts I'm talking about using here are in another support=
 group's domain, and they really don't want to touch them at this time...
=20
 - Joe Pantera
=20
Joe Pantera=20
Sr. Systems, Database & Network Administrator   jpantera@gibsondunn.com work: (213) 229-7673 Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher =
LLP
333 South Grand Ave. | Suite 4138 | Los Angeles, CA 90071
 main: 213-229-7673 | fax: 213-229-6673

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Michael / Sybperl=20 List-Serve:
    I k= now this=20 is not a Sybperl question, but I think the people who normally get involved= here=20 might be able to provide some insight on this...  Have some rather old= Unix=20 korn shell scripts that do data extraction (isql), insertion (bcp) fro= m=20 other Sybase databases.  Those databases are about to be converted to= =20 MSSQL2000.  Does anyone know of a way to make Sybase isql (or per= haps=20 a third party tool that works "just like" Sybase isql) work with=20 MSSQL2000?  I have many perl scripts that I'm converting to do this ty= pe of=20 thing, but the scripts I'm talking about using here are in another support= =20 group's domain, and they really don't want to touch them at this=20 time...
 
 - Joe=20 Pantera
 
Joe Pantera
Sr. Syst= ems, Database=20 & Network Administrator jpantera@gibsondunn.com work: (213) 229-7673 Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher=20 LLP
3= 33 South=20 Grand Ave. | Suite 4138 | Los Angeles, CA 90071
 main: 213-229-7673= |=20 fax: 213-229-6673

 

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