A Microsoft SQL Server adapter for DataObjects,
This driver implements the DataObjects API for the Microsoft SQL Server relational database.
Problems with MRI implementation (unreleased):
- Relies on DBI's support for either ADO or ODBC with FreeTDS
- Has no tests and no data type conversion yet
Examples of usage:
# default port (using SQL Server Express Edition) DataObjects::Connection.new('sqlserver://user:pass@host/database;instance=SQLEXPRESS') # port specified (using SQL Server Express Edition) DataObjects::Connection.new('sqlserver://user:pass@host:1433/database;instance=SQLEXPRESS') @connection = DataObjects::Connection.new("sqlserver://john:p3$$@localhost:1433/userinfo") @reader = @connection.create_command('SELECT * FROM users').execute_reader @reader.next!
- See also the accompanying
This driver is provided for the following platforms:
- JRuby 1.3.1 + (1.4+ recommended).
Code for the following platform is in the repository, but is still under EARLY DEVELOPMENT and is neither RELEASED or SUPPORTED:
- Ruby MRI (1.8.6/7), 1.9: tested on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows platforms.
Additionally you should have the following prerequisites:
do_jdbcgem (shared library), if running on JRuby.
dbigem, if running on MRI.
- On non-Windows platforms, unixODBC and FreeTDS libraries.
To install the gem:
gem install do_sqlserver
To compile and install from source:
- For MRI:
- Installation of do_sqlserver is significantly more involved than for other
drivers. Please see the accompanying
sudo gem install do_sqlserver
For more information, see the SQL Server driver wiki page: http://wiki.github.com/datamapper/do/sql-server.
Follow the above installation instructions. Additionally, you'll need:
rspecgem for running specs.
YARDgem for generating documentation.
See the DataObjects wiki for more comprehensive information on installing and contributing to the JRuby-variant of this driver: http://wiki.github.com/datamapper/do/jruby.
To run specs:
To run specs without compiling extensions first:
To run individual specs:
rake spec SPEC=spec/connection_spec.rb
This code is licensed under an MIT (X11) License. Please see the