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Instant Ruby

Downloaded the latest InstantRails, nice quick setup. Got it up and running in no time, walked through the tutorial at:

Rolling with Ruby on Instant Rails

Then I connected to SQL Server and did the same thing with just a moments worth of work. It was download a new file, put it in the correct directory, change the database.yml file for the app, use DDL to create appropriate database objects, and bang I was up and running against MS SQL instead of MySQL. Next quick step will be to flip it over and run against SQLite. Then it’s time to experiment with a web based app to replace on of my clients current MS Access Apps with a RoR web app.

How to Connect to Microsoft SQL Server

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