WMI in Python

KING LABS kinglabs.in at gmail.com
Mon Sep 13 15:51:49 CEST 2010

On Sep 13, 6:42 pm, Rodrick Brown <rodrick.br... at gmail.com> wrote:
> The easiest way to do this is to use the native OS tools readily available to do the collection and log to a central location or if possible shared location accessible by all systems, once you have all the data you want to feed into your RDBMS you could easily parse these logs using python and the native db access module.
> I hope this give you a pointer.
> Sent from my iPhone 4.
> On Sep 13, 2010, at 8:45 AM, KING LABS <kinglabs... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I am new to programming and python, Being a system administrator I
> > have chose Inventory (Software & Hardware ) as my first project.
> > I would like to know experts advice on the best way to build the same
> > using python. I would like to this tool to evolve into full fledge
> > application.
> > I would like to collect the complete information of system hardware &
> > and also software  installed from registry and add/remove program and
> > feed this data into database.
> > Regards,
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I am trying to learn Python programming. Since I need a custom
inventory management tool for my work place. I am considering it as a
project in the process of learning Python.

I am not looking for easiest way of doing things.
I am considering using Python . Also I would need to build a setup of
the tool for easy installation.

Hope I am clear this time


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