Connecting to a SQL Database with AppleScript?

Posted on 2005-05-14
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
Hello everyone -- is it possible to connect to a SQL database (either MS SQL or MySQL) with AppleScript?  Any suggestions, samples, or alternatives would be greatly appreciated.  I'm hoping to use the database info in a folder action, so I think AppleScript is the way to go, correct?  Thanks!
Question by:dizee44
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    AFAIK, AppleScript does not support SQL connectivity.  That is the realm of Apple's
    Enterprise Objects Framework (EOF), currently supplied with WebObjects:

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    There are is a 3rd party utility called SQLGrinder that will allow you to do this:
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    Oups, this should be the correct url to download SQLGrinder:

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