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Using the Perl5 interface on another server

From: Dustin Engelhaupt <dustin(at)ikansas(dot)com>
To: pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Using the Perl5 interface on another server
Date: 1999-05-21 19:55:49
Message-ID: 3745BA45.B9E8F2F1@ikansas.com (view raw or flat)
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I have successfully installed PostgreSQL and the Perl5 interface on a
server that will be used strictly for the database. I would like to use
the Perl5 interface to access databases from our Web server which is on
a different machine. But when I run a program it does not find Pg.pm. Do
I need to install the interface on the machine running the Web server?
And if so, how do I get around it looking for $POSTGRES_HOME when
PostgreSQL is not installed on the machine running the Web server?

Thank you,
  Dustin Engelhaupt
  dustin(at)ikansas(dot)com


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