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Tue Oct 20 02:15:26 CEST 2009
On Oct 20, 3:31 am, Massimo Di Pierro <MDiPie... at cs.depaul.edu> wrote:
> Just to clarify. I did not make any statement about "web2py is
> superior to SQLAlchemy" since that is somewhat subjective.
> SQLALchemy for example does a much better job at accessing legacy
> databases. web2py is more limited in that respect and we are working
> on removing those limitations.
> I do believe web2py is easier to use than SQLAlchemy, is faster (but
> yet I do not know SQLAchemy to optimize it properly) and has many
> features in common with sqlaclhemy including connection pools, joins,
> left joins, aggregates, nested selects (I do not know SQLAlchemy well
> enough to know about advanced features that web2py may be missing).
> The web2py DAL works on Google App Engine while none of the other ORMs
So does web2py allow for raw sql if there is an advanced procedure or
query that needs to be performed that is outside the scope of the
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