The unixODBC Driver Manager allows non-DB2 CLI applications to connect to DB2 from Linux and UNIX platforms.
How to achieve Multiple Active Statements (MAS) support without resorting to multiple connections. Includes code samples.
64-bit ODBC primer -- everything you need to know about ODBC on 64-bit Linux, UNIX and Windows platforms.
Understand and avoid SQL injection. Detect existing vulnerabilites to SQL injection attacks.
Accessing MS SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Sybase ASE, InterBase and MS Access from Python with pyodbc.
Use the ODBC .NET Data Provider to access data from your C sharp ADO.NET applications.
With no previous Rails experience, we created a functional Rails application, using Linux as our Rails platform and SQL Server as our database backend, by running a few commands and editing a configuration file.
Avoid errors by following our Perl DBI best practises. Track down errors quickly by selectively logging your application's DBI activity with DBIx::Log4perl.
Expands on the basic process for fetching results by introducing techniques such as binding result set columns, retrieving data from unbound columns and returning multiple rows of data.
ODBC access from PHP's PEAR DB on UNIX and Linux to databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, InterBase and Sybase ASE.
Use QT with an Easysoft ODBC driver to access databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, InterBase, and Sybase from your QT programs. Includes QODBC code sample.
Explains how to publish your SQL data on the web. This tutorial provides example CGI scripts written in Perl that display the contents of a database table in an HTML page. The tutorial also describes how to separate HTML from database data by using the HTML::Template module. Finally, it shows you how to dynamically alter a SQL query based on values supplied from a URL or a form input box.
Connect Perl with SQL Server 7-2012 and Express.
Connect PHP with SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server Express.