I have discussed a lot about this topic with myself without finding a solution.:
ODBC is universal database access engine for windows, there are ODBCies for Linux too but I am not aware which to choose that would make the project really "universal". Native drivers give "speed" and other functionality specific to the DB engine. SQLLite gives portability to be used even on Android...
" please send to the Red team as I'd like to help them more."
Great work Ashley, Just curious about, why did you change block format from flat to blocked? The old one was compatible with tabular data and we were able to copy/paste from an Excel file.
Great question ... moving this discussion over to the !munge group
Red Munge! Cool Ashley.
@Gabriele - I used up my free AWS year years ago ! :) But the article is mainly for Apache2 since Carl's article is too old now.
Just need a different email address. :)
And a different credit card!
@Graham - that is like "ET, phone home"
E.T. might needed to have been forgiven as well.
Thanks for the update Graham.
Very good Steven.
Thank you Steven, it is good to have a copy of this.
Ashely, what version of R3?
Excuse my typo, and Seperated => Separated
Graham, good question. Can we test on R3N? Ashley, about delimiter separated values, can there be other values chosen/used next to TAB and comma?
@Ashley, nevermind it was not in the linked page but in the general info about munge.