[R] Read in data from Microsoft SQL

Jan_Svatos@eurotel.cz Jan_Svatos at eurotel.cz
Tue Nov 2 08:35:08 CET 2004


the DSN should be exactly the same as "name" of the (probably system) DSN 
stated in Windows ODBC settings.
Just keep in mind, that DSN in general often holds information about the 
Default Database, and that switching database os stating database as 
prefix may be necessary.


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Subject: [R] Read in data from Microsoft SQL


I am trying to read data from Microsoft SQL. I tried to use odbcConnect
(in RODBC) but failed. What should the "dsn" be? Does anyone know how to
do it? I will appreciate it.

Thank you!

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