Open a windows database file with a path name?

dsavitsk dsavitsk at e-coli.net
Wed Nov 14 17:42:09 CET 2001


"Nomad" <nomad***@***freemail.absa.co.za> wrote in message
news:5ve4vtgt0o67mtbc0fit6t45svn4esos07 at 4ax.com...
> On Fri, 9 Nov 2001 16:27:15 -0500, "Bill Bell"
> <bill-bell at bill-bell.hamilton.on.ca> wrote:

* * *

> >
> >There's a good web page offering clues about working with ADODB
> >and Python. (If I could remember where it is I'd even tell you!)
> >
> >Bill
> Excellent - exactly what I was looking for.  After writing the
> origninal post, I realised that as I was using an access database, the
> non cross-platform nature of using win32com wouldn't really matter.
> However, I haven't even scratched the surface of the win32 extensions,
> so thanks for the example to get me started.
>
> If you do remember the URL please post it up here.
>

try my page @ http://www.e-coli.net/pyado.html


>
> PS, what's the "r" for in "( r'ADODB.Recordset' )"?
>
the r makes the string that follows raw, that is, special characters,
escaped characters and the like will be ignored. i don't think it necessary
here though it isn't uncommon.

-d





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