Use the Sybase client libraries, with ZSybaseDA. We do that here, and
it works fine (but not for much longer, byebye sqlserver...)
Or FreeTDS, but I don't think it's thread-safe, so you'll need to use
a Thunked adaptor.
>>> "Neil K" wrote
> I'm still trying to figure out what the missing pieces are... if anyone else
> has gotten a Linux Zope talking to a Win2K SQL Server 2000, I would
> appreciate some guidance.
> It seems I would have to write my own Product from scratch to do this, no
> matter what. None of the ODBC Products seem to be available for Unix, and
> ODBC from Unix <-> Windows will require additional software like EasySoft's
> ODBC Bridge anyway. Or I could just not use ODBC at all and make some
> Product customized to MS SQL Server.
> Some may suggest using ActiveState's Perl Methods for Zope and DBD::Proxy.
> :) It's a possibility, but I'd like to see if more conventional solutions
> Neil Kandalgaonkar, ActiveState
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