[Tutor] Query dictionaries with sql-like syntax
sandip at lug-delhi.org
Wed Jul 13 10:23:57 CEST 2005
Negroup - wrote:
> Hi all, I hope my questions makes sense..
> I'm trying to migrate a lot of data from an accounting system software
> to another using Python. Software A stores datas inside sql tables,
> software B too, with a different db structure.
> My idea has been to export sensible tables from db A, store them in
> python dictionaries, process/elaborate these dictionaries, and
> generate files containing data in a format that is importable from
> system B. Yes, it could seem a good idea.. however now I must handle a
> lot of dictionaries with a lot of related data.
Why dont you use python-sqlite to dump your data? You might need to
modify your sql slightly(depending on your current db), but rest is all sql.
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