help - inserting values into database tables

chajadan python at chajadan.net
Mon Feb 18 09:41:20 CET 2002


My apologies, odbc is part of the win32all distribution, and is therefore 
available only under Windows.

However, the module you found, or other similar modules, are bound to be a 
viable solution for you, database interaction being so widespread as it is.

I know of another possible solution, by the creators of mxTime and whatnot, 
available in this general location: 
http://www.lemburg.com/files/python/eGenix-mx-Extensions.html

--chajadan

At 04:15 PM 2/17/02 -0800, Paul Rubin wrote:
>chajadan <python at chajadan.net> writes:
>
> > Yes, this is altogether possible.
> >
> > There is a module include in the main distribution called odbc, and
> > one called dbi.
>
>Whaaa?  That's the first I've heard of this.  In Python 2.2 under Linux,
>"import odbc" and "import dbi" both throw ImportError.
>
>There's an ODBC module in Vaults of Parnassus that looks pretty good, but 
>I haven't
>tried it yet.  Is that what you meant?
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