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In using SQLObject, you will create a class definition that will describe how the object connects to the database (in addition to any other methods you may wish to add to the class). SQLObject will produce the code to access the database, and update the database with your changes. The interface to the database is meant to be indistinguishable from other interfaces you may add to the object.
SQLObject also includes a novel feature to generate WHERE clauses using Python syntax and objects (instead of generating SQL using string substitution, as is traditional).
SQLObject 0.12 ============== Thanks for looking at SQLObject. SQLObject is an object-relational mapper, i.e., a library that will wrap your database tables in Python classes, and your rows in Python instances. It currently supports MySQL through the `MySQLdb` package, PostgreSQL through the `psycopg` package, SQLite, Firebird, MaxDB (SAP DB), MS SQL and Sybase. It should support Python versio more»
++++ News ++++ .. contents:: Contents: :backlinks: none .. _start: SQLObject 0.12.4 ================ Released 5 May 2010. * Bugs were fixed in calling from_python(). * A bugfix was ported from `SQLObject 0.11.6`_. SQLObject 0.12.3 ================ Released 11 Apr 2010. * A bugfix ported from `SQLObject 0.11.5`_. SQLObject 0.12.2 ================ Released 4 Mar 2010. * Bugfixes porte more»
+++++++++++++ SQLObject FAQ +++++++++++++ .. contents:: Why there is no __len__? ------------------------ There are reasons why there is no __len__ method, though many people think having those make them feel more integrated into Python. One is that len(foo) is expected to be fast, but issuing a COUNT query can be slow. Worse, often this causes the database to do essentially redundant work wh more»
SQLOBJECT-ADMIN(1) SQLOBJECT-ADMIN(1) NAME sqlobject-admin more»
sqlobject (0.12.4-2) unstable; urgency=low * Remove dh_auto ovverrides to ensure setup.py is used more»
TODO ---- * Use DBUtils_, especially SolidConnection. .. _DBUtils: http://www.webwareforpython.org more»
Authors ======= SQLObject was originally written by Ian Bicking <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Contributio more»
This package was debianized by Carlos Perelló Marín <email@example.com> on Wed, 20 Oct 2004. It was more»