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Ok it seams to work - only a little bit thu - but I get this error!!
U:\Doccuments\Scripts\Start>db2.pl DBI connect('dsnname;Server=ABCB00062\Dev;Database=ukdevxxxx;UID=uk_gg +g\\xyz12345; PWD=7seven7','',...) failed: [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data sou +rce name not found and no default driver specified (SQL-IM002) at U:\Doccu +ments\Scri pts\Start\db2.pl line 32
How do I over come this driver error? What do I need to do?

Thanks
Blackadder

In reply to Re^2: What is the best Perl library to use to connect and access MSSQL2008 Database from winXP PC? by blackadder
in thread What is the best Perl library to use to connect and access MSSQL2008 Database from winXP PC? by blackadder

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