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 Using shell script to write in an SQL SERVER 2000 DB
Author: Ranjana 
Date:   09-07-02 17:13

hi
iam facing a programming problem right now and i urgently need to find a solution to it:

I have written a shell script that:
1. Retrieves system information from SunOs and HP-UX servers
2. Formats the data into a readable and interpretable form

Now the last step is to write these data into an SQL SERVER 2000
database.
i find myself at a dead end here.
i really can't move on coz i don't know how to do it.

Can u please help me over here.

Thanks- plz reply to the given email address(above)
Ranjana

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