Python-list Digest, Vol 183, Issue 13

Afriyie Abraham Kwabena afriyie.abraham at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 13:00:37 EST 2018


Hi,

Thanks for the reply maybe I did not explain myself very well but is it possible to apply this scenario to a database server like MySQL where I can write some python code to post, get, delete, etc to the database? However the client (python code I have to write ) have to be authenticated and then after that can have access to the data in the server. If this is possible what should be my starting point and which python frameworks or libraries do i have to use to achieve this. 

Thanks in advance. 

BR
Abraham

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