[freetds] Query regarding FreeTDS

Lowden, James K LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Fri May 16 10:49:25 EDT 2003


> On Fri, 16 May 2003 12:47:48 +0530, "Raja, Sunil (MLODC, Covansys -
> CHENNAI)" <SRaja at covansys.odc.ml.com> wrote:
> > I am trying to connect Perl on a UNIX environment to MS SQL 
> Server 2000
> > running on an NT Machine. I tried the DBD::SYBASE but I got the
> > following error
> > Out of memory during ridiculously large request at 
> /...../DBD/Sybase.pm line 73.
> > 
> > I successfully connected to MS SQL Server 7.0 using this 
> DBD::SYBASE.
>
> From: Raja, Sunil (MLODC, Covansys - CHENNAI)
> [mailto:SRaja at covansys.odc.ml.com]
> Sent: May 16, 2003 8:47 AM
> 
> [Server-name]
> 	tds version = 7.0

Sunil, 

You didn't answer my question, yaar.  What version of FreeTDS?  Also, what
version of DBD::Sybase?  

You said you could connect to SQL Server 7.0, but not to SQL Server 2000,
both times using TDS 7.0.  Something is missing from your description,
because those two servers are indistinguishable when using the same version
of the TDS protocol.  

If you can't connect, please set the TDSDUMP environment variable, attempt
the connection, and post the log (you'll want to remove the passwords).
>From the log it will be clear what's happening.  

Regards, 

--jkl
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