Try dbd_odbc. It works with unixODBC too, so you get the added benefit
of not being bound to Windows.

Mohit.

On 8/19/05, Kirk Haines <khaines / enigo.com> wrote:
> On Friday 19 August 2005 5:01 pm, Brian Takita wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > Are there any any ORM frameworks out there that support legacy Sql
> > Server Databases?
> >
> > Here are some requirements:
> > * Supports Sql Server
> > * Support multi-column keys
> > * Use existing tables as is
> > * Be easy to set up and use in isolation
> 
> Is there a DBI driver for SQL Server that works?  If so, Kansas should work.
> That would be dbd_ado, right?  I've never tried it, but if it is a decent DBI
> driver, it should work fine.  I'll try to install it tomorrow and see.
> 
> 
> Kirk Haines
> 
> 


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