When i looked into this a while back, there wasnt a real easy way. You eiether had to use DBD:Proxy or something similar and install it on both the NT/MS SQL box and your unix box, so they could talk to each other, or get a commercial UNIX ODBC driver, from a company like openlink.com. You would use DBI, DBD:ODBC to talk to the driver, and then the driver software would talk to the NT box, i believe. Now, some people claimed that Sybase and MS SQL were similar enough that you could use DBD:Sybase by itself to talk to the MS SQL box, but this was on a linux only box (the ctlib needed for this was released by Sybase precompiled for linux), and we dont run linux, so i never explored this. Good luck! - jeremy On Thu, 13 May 1999, Jamie Orzechowski wrote: > I think I was mistekn with the SYbase DBD stuff for RODOPI ... could someone please >clear this up for me ... > > I am running RODOPI and MS SQL 6.5 and Radiator on UNIX > > What are the DBD PERL modules I should use in order to get it working correctly ... >I am thinking I should use the ODBC ones instead of the Sybase ones ... someone >please clear this up for me as I am not a database person ... thanks! > > // Jeremy Hinton Sometimes you wake up, // NOC - VisiNet and sometimes you die. // [EMAIL PROTECTED] And sometimes when you fall // www.visi.net/~jgh y o u f l y. Neil Gaiman === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.