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Re: [MacPerl] Database Connectivity

>Basically, there are three ways to do DBDs with MacPerl.
>1.  Get the libraries needed and build the DBD
>2.  Use a DBD that requires no external libraries (maybe even no XS code
>... some are pure perl)
>3.  Use DBD::Proxy and DBI::ProxyServer to set up a DBI proxy server on a
>Unix box containing the DBDs you need, and talk to that server with
>DBD::Proxy.  I have not tested this, but it should work (with maybe slight
>tweaks, that should then be sent back to the module author).

just following up from this written by Chris Nandor, does anyone have any
experience using DBI::ProxyServer... any sample code to help me along?
i have been reading the docs all morning and cannot phathom it....!



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