[freetds] Freetds.conf environment variable
beh at case.edu
Thu Jun 21 11:37:39 EDT 2007
I just verified this behavior. The tsql command apparently still uses
the deprecated FREETDSCONF environment variable rather than using
FREETDS (as of the last snapshot I had installed on June 5th). You can
easily check it with the -C option to tsql and/or by turning the logging on.
Rattan, Neeta S wrote:
> Hi all,
> When I first installed freetds.conf, I was able to use tsql no problem
> with the -S option (using the freetds.conf file). I did follow the
> advice of pointing my FREETDS environment variable to the .conf file
> (for me in /etc/freetds.conf). However, after a reboot of both server
> and client, I was unable to connect w/ the -S option of tsql. After
> trying to figure out what the problem was, I stumbled across someone who
> had set $FREETDSCONF instead - and when I tried this it worked.
> However, I don't get it. I have a recent version of FreeTDS (0.64).
> I'm not sure how to tell what version the tsql is. Anyway, if anyone
> can shed light on the matter, please let me know. Thanks,
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