DCOracle v1.3.0 Released
Thu, 23 Sep 99 05:12:43 GMT
We are proud to announce the arrival of a new bouncy baby Oracle adapter for
the Python community. This release fixes some outstanding bugs, as well as
adding one new feature: statement handles.
You can find it at:
Changes are as follows:
Digital Creations Oracle Release Notes
This release adds support for statement handles using the
- Various LONG/LONG RAW mishandlings in return machinery.
This is a bug fix release
- When connecting to Oracle 8, connection strings
with a server name were not parsed correctly.
- Connection errors were reported incorrectly.
This release adds Oracle large object (LOB) support when used with
The organization os the release has changed substantially to
reflect the gact that it is an open source release.
- Connection to Oracle 7 databases failed due to details in
passing unused arguments to the database logon call.
- dbi.dbiDate did not handle time time and some string inputs to
it's constructor properly.
- Stored procedure support was completely broken.
- Added two new database utility methods:
objects(system=0) -- Get names and types for user or system
getSource(proc) -- Get the source for a named procedure or function.
- When passing a single argument to a cursor (or database)
execute method, the single argument need not be tuplated.
c.execute('select from friends where name=:p1', 'Guido')
is equivalent to::
c.execute('select from friends where name=:p1', ('Guido',))
- Now use defered parse mode which reduces communication
with the database server by defering certain communication.
This may speed things up quite a bit.
This is the first release of the Digital Creations Oracle Package.
| Christopher Petrilli Python Powered Digital Creations, Inc.
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