pygresql and primary key
marcin at linkor.com.pl
Thu Oct 10 14:44:55 CEST 2002
Gerhard Häring <gerhard.haering at opus-gmbh.net> napisał(a):
>> I'm using a pg module wrapper from pygresql.
> Ouch. I'd recommend you use a DB-API module like pyPgSQL or psycopg. PyGreSQL
> has a DB-API module called pgdb, too.
pg wrapper = pgdb which I use. I haven't written it clearly, sorry.
>> I cannot use a get() method for tables containing primary keys definied for
>> more than one field. It seems get() assumes primary key always consists of
>> exactly one field.
>> How can I force it to use multiple column primary key?
> You can't without changing the source in pg.py. Why not just use SQL and a
> DB-API module?
get(), insert() and update() are nice :)
I thought there's a way to use it with more complex tables. If not I'll use
them for simple tables and SQL for anything else.
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