[IronPython] adodbapi 2.2 ready for Iron Python (ADO DB using dbapi 2.0 compliant SQL interface)
curt at hagenlocher.org
Fri Aug 29 15:08:27 CEST 2008
Awesome. Nice work!
On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 10:07 PM, Vernon Cole <vernondcole at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Pythonoholics:
> Testing is complete. The code changes needed constitute version 2.2 of
> Any unit test failures in adodbapi remaining at this point have been
> submitted to codeplex as bug reports. The following features will not work
> (or will work incorrectly) until some future version of ipy.
> 1) some times will be incorrect in old python "import time" data.
> (datetime works correctly.)
> 2) You cannot use binary data (BLOB) as a parameter.
> 3) You cannot use a Long integer as a parameter.
> 4) You may try changing CommandTimeout, but it will not do anything.
> That being said:
> adodbapi is a fully dbapi 2.0 compliant package for accessing SQL data,
> written in pure python.
> It runs in either C python or Iron Python (Windows only - it depends on
> All data is read and/or written using appropriate native python data
> types such as datetime.datetime (for dates) and decimal.Decimal (for
> currency and numeric).
> You may change the type conversions if you wish.
> Everything works -- commit/rollback, stored procedures, multiple dataset
> return, etc, etc.
> Tested with Jet (MS Access), MS SQL server, and mySQL engines. Probably
> works with any other suitable ADO DB source.
> It will be released (later) as part of both pywin32 and fepy.
> You can get it now at http://sourceforge.net/projects/adodbapi . Put the
> unzipped folder in your /lib/site-packages directory.
> Any comments or bug reports can be sent here or to the pywin32 mailing
> list. If you put them on the tracker at sourceforge, I may get to them
> eventually, but I don't check it often.
> Vernon Cole
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