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NT Hosts using WIN32::ODBC

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Does any one know of a commerical Web Hosting company using WIN32::ODBC and Windows NT? In other words I just want to be able to upload my scripts into the CGI-Bin and let it run once I give the host the DNS information.

I can not seem to find one that will allow me to upload the ODBC.pm file.

 
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check out http://www.budgetweb.com/budgetweb/windowshosting.html
for a list of very very many IPPs who are running windows
look for "12" (database available on server) in notes - it will narrow you search greatly to just a few you could email.


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