I just spend a frustrating afternoon trying to connect to SQL Server(s) with pymssql.
The issue was I wanted to use windows authentication rather than supply username and password in the code.
After getting no joy and lots of googling I realized I can just do:
from System.Data.SqlClient import SqlConnection
Sure enough this works a treat. I need to remember how powerful pythondotnet is and make sure I use it more.
Meanwhile, I am wondering if anyone has tried to wrap this stuff up to produce a standard DB-API interface to SQL Server using pythondotnet and SqlConnection?
If not, anyone else out there interested in this?
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