This DBI implements the Cursor and Connection objects. It is functional: you can create connections, cursors, do fetchone, fetchall, get rowcount, etc. It uses osql or SQL2005's sqlcmd instead of ODBC or ADO. There is a good sized section with examples to get you started. The SQL2005 support is new, showing improved execution speed for SQL2005's sqlcmd.exe, even when accessing SQL2000 databases.
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