odbc for solid

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Thu Dec 23 16:45:06 CET 2004


flupke wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> at work we use a solid database and i need to develop an application 
> that accesses it. Problem is the drivers: i only have some dll's lying 
> around and jar.
> On winsdows i could get by by using ODBC and the dll's to access the 
> solid database but i want to eventually run it on a linux server.
> Solid doesn't seem to have a driver specifically for Linux so i'm stuck 
> here. Is there any way i can still use Linux and have access to solid?
> Maybe i need to revert to jython so i can use the jar?
> 

This might be of interest (and also possibly of relevance to an earlier 
query about accessing MS SQL Server from Unix in the "Python, unix and 
mssql" thread):

   http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyodb

"""PyODB is an ODBC Python module to provide an quick an easy way to 
work with databases. It provides a small set of simplified bindings to 
the unixODBC API and has been developed using SWIG."

regards
  Steve
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