i have an query regarding pyodbc

Rahul r.warhekar at gmail.com
Fri Feb 6 11:56:56 CET 2009


On Feb 6, 3:53 pm, Rahul <r.warhe... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 6, 11:27 am, Rahul <r.warhe... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > hello all,
>
> > I have installed pyodbc on my red hat enterprise 4 linux machine but
> > when i go to use that using statement,
>
> > import pyodbc
>
> > through python console it gives me error as
>
> > ImportError : dynamic module does not define init function
> > (initpyodbc)
>
> > and when i do 'nm pyodbc.so' command i get output as
>
> > [root at dbserver site-packages]# nm pyodbc.so 00001600 A __bss_start
> > 000003ec t call_gmon_start 00001600 b completed.1 000014fc d
> > __CTOR_END__
> > 000014f8 d __CTOR_LIST__
> >          w __cxa_finalize@@GLIBC_2.1.3
> > 000004a8 t __do_global_ctors_aux
> > 00000410 t __do_global_dtors_aux
> > 000015f8 d __dso_handle
> > 00001504 d __DTOR_END__
> > 00001500 d __DTOR_LIST__
> > 0000150c A _DYNAMIC
> > 00001600 A _edata
> > 00001604 A _end
> > 000004d8 T _fini
> > 0000046c t frame_dummy
> > 000004f4 r __FRAME_END__
> > 000015e8 A _GLOBAL_OFFSET_TABLE_
> >          w __gmon_start__
> > 000003b4 T _init
> > 00001508 d __JCR_END__
> > 00001508 d __JCR_LIST__
> >          w _Jv_RegisterClasses
> > 000015fc d p.0
>
> > which means there is no init function.
>
> > So what might be the cause for that?
>
> > I have build that pyodbc twice.
> > Any help regarding this will be greatly appreciated.
>
> > Thanks & Regards
> > Rahul
>
> this problem was due to not proper building of pyodbc

Now my problem was,
i have two versions of python installed at different locations but
when i use import statement from psp pages
it displays the error as
ImportError : dynamic module does not define init function(initpyodbc)

this error was due to pointing to older version of python.

So, i want to know how to point my import statements to the new
version of python.

Thanks & regards
Rahul



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