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Re: Accessing SQL Server

Am Do, den 14.04.2005 schrieb Richard Crawford um 21:28:

> Is there such a thing as a Linux client for SQL Server?  The only reason at 
> this point that I keep a Windoze box at work is that I sometimes need to 
> query our user database, which lives on a remote computer running SQL Server 
> on Windows, and I can't find a front end client for it for Linux.

What type of "SQL Server"? There are plenty of SQL servers available
like PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, MS SQL, Sybase ...

For instance Openoffice.org can query SQL servers using ODBC.


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