Python and Databases ?
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Tue Nov 14 12:24:30 CET 2000
"Dale Strickland-Clark" <dale at out-think.NOSPAMco.uk> wrote in message
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> haven't tried it yet as I'm reasonably happy using ADO through COM. ADO is
very fast and flexible
> and really easy to drive with Pyton, as long as you understand COM.
Seconded, IF you'll never need to move your platform to non-Windows
(or, if you're carefully wrapping your ADO-using parts so you can
recode them to the DB-Api if and when needed). ADO (and ADOX) let
me do lots of cool stuff in very handy AND well-performing ways
(not just relational DB access, either -- multidimensional [OLAP] and
hierarchical accesses are quite well-supported too).
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