Python for Asset Management!

Mike mike_4766 at hotmail.com
Sat Oct 18 10:11:13 CEST 2003


thank you all for the replies, very useful!

Our system will primary handle file assets and disk tracking...it will
all be command line at first, then different UI's will be designed...

We already have most of the system written in c/c++, this is okey but
I want to add platform independance and I like the way python handles
different libraries, and its opensource!

So why dont we buy some commercial software? well, we want 100% access
to the source, and we also want to add modules to the system for each
new project.

I will take a look at links and information you all provided, really
useful! Advice on how to setup a system like this is also welcome,
should I use a  server/client solution, or just clients accessing the
backbone(db) directly? all of your feedback is interesting, user
experience is unvaluable!

thanks!

-- Mike



achrist at easystreet.com wrote in message news:<3F90A6DB.1FC34A7 at easystreet.com>...
> Emile van Sebille wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > I don't agree with your "... and thus..." conclusion.  Python with Numeric
> > and the gui kit that matches your taste is easily up to this task.
> > 
> > For comparison, I've written a python+zope based application that juggles
> > sales data and provides sub-15 second response time recapping 1M+ records of
> > ~180cols.  Sub-selections from any combination of 20 parameters speed things
> > up further.
> > 
> 
> I didn't say it couldn't be done, but I sure didn't want to lose any
> sleep figuring out how to do it.  This project was done 3 years ago,
> we were selling into a market with many slow and old computers about,
> and we were dealing with people who like paper, so we wanted to create
> pretty reports way up around 1000 pages without any major delay.  
> 
> Maybe next time we'll do something like this in Python.
> 
> 
> Al




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