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Python/Win based report generator for MySQL databases

Has anybody seen a nice Python 2.2+ compatible based module/package, running
on a Win2k box, that makes creating reports from a MySQL database easy?

I am both a Python programmer and MySQL programmer so it doesn't have to be
too simple, just useful.

Thanks

Robert
Jul 18 '05 #1
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I'm using (banging my head against the wall, actually) with report lab.
very powerful...
it my be what you're looking for, or maybe too much.
I'm also doing reporting results to the web using zope... that may be an
option also.
hth

bobb

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Has anybody seen a nice Python 2.2+ compatible based module/package, running on a Win2k box, that makes creating reports from a MySQL database easy?

I am both a Python programmer and MySQL programmer so it doesn't have to be too simple, just useful.

Thanks

Robert

Jul 18 '05 #2
"Robert Oschler" <no_replies@fak e_email_address .invalid> wrote in message news:<%z******* ***********@big news6.bellsouth .net>...
Has anybody seen a nice Python 2.2+ compatible based module/package, running
on a Win2k box, that makes creating reports from a MySQL database easy?

I am both a Python programmer and MySQL programmer so it doesn't have to be
too simple, just useful.

....
If Excel is available, its easy to use ADO to get a ResultSet and load
it into a spreadsheet.
http://support.microsoft.com/default...NoWebContent=1
Jul 18 '05 #3

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