[DB-SIG] python connection to Velocis Database
vernondcole at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 02:56:03 CET 2009
You failed to mention the platform on which you are running Python.
I will assume that you are running Microsoft Windows.
I was not aware of Raima before seeing your question, so I have never tried
this, but it will probably work...
I see in Raima's FAQ that they support both ODBC 3.51 and ADO.NET.
ADO can be used to connect to almost anything.
If you are running on Windows, I would guess that adodbapi.py can be used,
since it is able to use either ODBC
or ADO connections. The example in their documentation shows a connection
string without a "Provider=" clause, which would imply that they are using
an ODBC connection. Learn more about connection strings at
adodbapi is part of the pywin32 package:
You will need to have Raima client software installed on the workstation.
There are also other Python ODBC solutions, for either Windows or Linux.
P.S.: Interesting to see that RDM is a registered trademark. I once (1980s)
worked for a different database company who had "RDM" registerd to them. I
still use that RDM database. Small world.
On Wed, Dec 2, 2009 at 6:06 PM, Susan <shuying at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a python library for connecting to a Raima Velocis database?
> DB-SIG maillist - DB-SIG at python.org
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