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DBI and MS Access, basic questions

 



INS
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Aug 28, 2002, 7:58 PM

Post #1 of 3 (3130 views)
DBI and MS Access, basic questions Can't Post

I've started writting an app that will write and read data from a DB, via a web interface. Currently it is MS Access, I chose DBI in hopes that when/if this app grows I will easily migrate to SQL, Oracle, mySQL, etc.



The problem I fought for awhile was that if I had more than 12 colums in a table of the DB that the interface would lockup, when trying to write data to the DB. Is this just part of using Access, or can I expect this in the other DB's as well?



Having finally gotten data written to the DB I will now be writting the code to read, etc.


thebitch
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Aug 28, 2002, 11:54 PM

Post #2 of 3 (3129 views)
Re: [INS] DBI and MS Access, basic questions [In reply to] Can't Post

This is not a basic question, and it's practically impossible
to answer.
I don't believe there is an issue with 12 columns,
as I have successfully used 12 columns
with DBI and Access, and I believe
that most likely this is a problem with your code,
or maybe you have a corrupt version of the
DBD driver, or even MSAccess.

Each DBD is its own entity, but generally
they work fine.


INS
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Aug 29, 2002, 5:44 AM

Post #3 of 3 (3126 views)
Re: [thebitch] DBI and MS Access, basic questions [In reply to] Can't Post

How is it practically impossible to answer?


Quote


I don't believe there is an issue with 12 columns,
as I have successfully used 12 columns
with DBI and Access,



Answered my question!

As far as it most likely being a problem with my code, It would not supprise me, as I will even mention I am still new to Perl.



Thank you for the response.

INS

aka Henry

 
 


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