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Index: D

Data Source Name (DSN): 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
data structures, transforming: 3.3.1.4. Writing XML using XML::Simple
database handle, DBI: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
Database Interface (see DBI)
databases
analyzing log files with: 9.5.4. Using Databases
generating DNS configuration files from: 5.3.1. Generating DNS Configuration Files
generating host files from: 5.1.1. Generating Host Files
error checking while: 5.1.2. Error Checking the Host File Generation Process
improving output while: 5.1.3. Improving the Host File Output
MySQL: D. The Fifteen-Minute SQL Tutorial
relational: D.5. Relating Tables to Each Other
SAM: 3.2.1. NT/2000 User Identity Storage and Access
SQL
creating/deleting: D.1. Creating /Deleting Databases and Tables
documenting from Perl: 7.4. Server Documentation
interacting with from Perl: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
managing logins from Perl: 7.5. Database Logins
manipulating data in: D.3.3. Simple Manipulation of Data Returned by Queries
monitoring from Perl: 7.6. Monitoring Server Health
Perl-cliented: 9.5.4.2. Using Perl-cliented SQL databases
querying information: D.3. Querying Information
stored procedures: D.6.3. Stored Procedures
using DBI: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
using ODBC: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
tracking network host data with: 5.1.1. Generating Host Files
use in account systems: 3.3.1. The Backend Database
DBAs (database administrators): 7. SQL Database Administration
DBD modules: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
DBD\:\:ODBC module: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
DBD\:\:Sybase module: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
DB_File module: 9.5.4.1. Using Perl-only databases
DBI (Database Interface)
module for documenting
MySQL server: 7.4.1. MySQL Server via DBI
Sybase server: 7.4.2. Sybase Server via DBI
architecture of: 7.1. Interacting with an SQL Server from Perl
database handle: 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
placeholders: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
statement handle: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
using from Perl: 7.2. Using the DBI Framework
denial-of-service attack: 10.4.1. Perl Saves the Day
Dial-Up User List: 8.3.3.2. Checking against Internet-wide blacklists
Digest\:\:MD5 module: 10.1.1. Local Filesystem Changes
10.1.2. Network Service Changes
directories: 6.1. What's a Directory?
auditing: 4.4.1. Tracking Operations on Windows NT/2000
entries in
adding/deleting: 6.4.6. Adding Entries with Standard LDAP Operations
modifying: 6.4.8. Modifying Entry Names
hidden, searching for: 10.2.1. Local Signs of Peril
searches of
ADSI: 6.5.6. Searching
LDAP: 6.4.3. Performing LDAP Searches
Directory Information Tree (DIT): B.1. LDAP Data Organization
directory services: 6. Directory Services
Finger: 6.2. Finger: A Simple Directory Service
LDAP: 6.4. LDAP: A Sophisticated Directory Service
WHOIS: 6.3. The WHOIS Directory Service
Net\:\:Whois, using with: 6.3. The WHOIS Directory Service
X.500: 6.4. LDAP: A Sophisticated Directory Service
directory tree: B.1. LDAP Data Organization
disks, full
alleviating: 2.4. Walking the Filesystem Using the File::Find Module
of logging output: 9.4. Disk Space Problems
Distinguished Name (DN): B.1. LDAP Data Organization
Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF): 4.2.4. Using Window Management Instrumentation (WMI)
DIT (Directory Information Tree): B.1. LDAP Data Organization
DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force): 4.2.4. Using Window Management Instrumentation (WMI)
DN (Distinguished Name): B.1. LDAP Data Organization
root: 6.4.2. The Initial LDAP Connection
DNS (Domain Name Service): 5.3. Domain Name Service (DNS)
configuration files
administrative header: 5.3.1.1. Creating the administrative header
generating multiple: 5.3.1.2. Generating multiple configuration files
packets: 5.3.2.2. Working with raw network sockets
querying from Perl
using Net\:\:DNS: 5.3.2.3. Using Net::DNS
using nslookup: 5.3.2.1. Using nslookup
using raw sockets: 5.3.2.2. Working with raw network sockets
Document Type Definition (DTD): C.2. XML Is Picky
documenting databases
with DBI module
MySQL server: 7.4.1. MySQL Server via DBI
Sybase server: 7.4.2. Sybase Server via DBI
with Win32\:\:ODBC module, MS-SQL server: 7.4.3. MS-SQL Server via ODBC
Domain Name Service (see DNS)
driver, Linux: 2.1. Perl to the Rescue
DSN (Data Source Name): 7.3. Using the ODBC Framework
DTD (Document Type Definition): C.2. XML Is Picky
dynamically linked libraries (DLLs), used by processes: 4.2.2. Using the Win32::IProc Module


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