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Sorry to hear it. Sounds like maybe someone wants this solution to fail and is sabotaging it so it can be implemented some other way. You could pipe sql to SQL*Plus and read the results back out, it's kind of kludgy and slow but I did the same thing with Informix (piping to Informix's dbaccess) awhile back when it was taking a long time to get someone to install the Informix SDK (a prerequisite for DBD::Informix). I tried to batch the commands as much as possible so I wouldn't have to essentially connect to the database too many times. In fact, to be efficient, it might be worthwhile to just code alot of it in PL/SQL if you can't whack any sense into someone with a heavy clue x 4.

In reply to Re: DB connection sharing w/o DBI? by runrig
in thread DB connection sharing w/o DBI? by jptxs

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