[APSW] SELECT COUNT(*) not succesfull?
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Thu Oct 23 09:26:54 CEST 2008
On Thu, 23 Oct 2008 00:24:01 -0200, "Gabriel Genellina"
<gagsl-py2 at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
>In case you didn't notice, B.D. already provided the answer you're after -
>reread his 3rd paragraph from the end.
Yes, but it doesn't work with this wrapper (APSW version 3.5.9-r1):
>> The recommended way is to pass the arguments to cursor.execute, ie:
I'm getting an error when doing it this way:
isbn = "123"
sql = "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM books WHERE isbn='%s'"
#Incorrect number of bindings supplied. The current statement uses 0
and there are 1 supplied. Current offset is 0
I don't know enough about Python and this wrapper to tell why it
triggers an error.
>> you want:
>> row = cursor.fetchone()
>> count = row
>> if not count:
This wrapper doesn't seem to support fetchone():
#AttributeError: 'apsw.Cursor' object has no attribute 'fetchone'
row = cursor.fetchone()
This works, though:
for row in cursor.execute(sql):
#Record not found -> Insert
if not row:
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