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Please! JDBC-ODBC bridge to MSSQLServer7.0

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-04-17 14:55:28.0Z
lnacpg Posted on 2000-04-14 00:15:53.0Z
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Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 17:15:53 -0700
From: lnacpg <lauren.ablondi@cpginc.com>
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I have created an ActiveX web graph datawindow and the only thing more
that I need is the correct syntax for the driver and URL section of the
code. It has been suggested that this site needs to purchase
OmniConnect to connect to MS SQLserver 7.0 for jdbc connectivity?.
Can someone tell me if this is true?
The MS site talks of third party jdbc drivers and also mentions
jdbc-odbc bridge drivers but no specifics on exactly where to go to
download them and then no Sybase information on what the set up would
be. Where to put it etc.
Could someone using MSSQLServer 7.0 and activeX components shed some
light?

Everyone keeps saying forget PowerSoft/Sybase just use Microsoft
ASP.chart- help!

Thanks,
Lauren


Jason Froebe Posted on 2000-04-17 14:55:28.0Z
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Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 09:55:28 -0500
From: Jason Froebe <jfroebe@sybase.com>
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lnacpg wrote:

> I have created an ActiveX web graph datawindow and the only thing more
> that I need is the correct syntax for the driver and URL section of the
> code. It has been suggested that this site needs to purchase
> OmniConnect to connect to MS SQLserver 7.0 for jdbc connectivity?.
> Can someone tell me if this is true?
> The MS site talks of third party jdbc drivers and also mentions
> jdbc-odbc bridge drivers but no specifics on exactly where to go to
> download them and then no Sybase information on what the set up would
> be. Where to put it etc.
> Could someone using MSSQLServer 7.0 and activeX components shed some
> light?
>
> Everyone keeps saying forget PowerSoft/Sybase just use Microsoft
> ASP.chart- help!
>
> Thanks,
> Lauren

Hi Lauren,

Please post this question in the microsoft.* newsgroups. The
sybase.public.sqlserver.* is for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (Sybase
SQL Server) - a superior DBMS.

Jason


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