Yes, there is a DBD::FreeTDS module that will communicate with SQL 7.0, it
works fine but does not currently implement any error checking (at least
it didn't two weeks ago) which means that "select foo from bar" will
return success even though it's an error.

Kevin
Sofnet, Inc.

On Thu, 1 Apr 1999, Mike McCauley wrote:

> Has anyone had success with authenticating off of an SQL 7.0 server yet?
> I know some folk were trying.
> 
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