[DB-SIG] Insert for Oracledb

Christian Tismer tismer@appliedbiometrics.com
Sun, 23 Nov 1997 23:18:00 +0100

[ multiple inserts ]
> They don't ? Sorry, I didn't know that (not using them so...). If
> Oracle has an ODBC interface lib, you could try the mxODBC-module, which
> does allow lists of tuples to be passed to .execute(). Also, for those
> who work on the Win32 ODBC module: you might be able to use some
> of the code in there...

I'm working on the ODBC module. Right now I changed it to use the
new Date type from pywintypes instead of dbiDate. This gives
true dates to all my patient data.

>         http://starship.skyport.net/~lemburg/mxODBC.html

Thanks, I'll give it a look.
Anything urgent which must be done for the ODBC module?
I'm going to post it, soon.

cheers - pirx

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