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Accessing SQL Server From Notes
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by Julian Robichaux

Microsoft SQL Server. It's the golden database child of small to mid-sized IT departments. Without trying to spark any kind of religious debate over the merits of SQL Server versus MySQL versus Oracle versus whatever, let's just agree that SQL Server is pretty pervasive. And therefore, it's a technology that we'll want to "talk to" on occasion. Programming Lotus Notes to access fields and tables and views on SQL Server is pretty much a cake walk. You can use LS:DO or DECS or ADO COM objects to grab them just like you would any other relational database, and use regular SQL calls to retrieve and manipulate data. No big magic there.... Here are some techniques you might find handy...
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