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Object-Relational Mapping API for Python

I explored Java's Hibernate a bit and I was intrigued by how you can
map entity objects to database tables, preserving all the relations and
constraits. I am interested if there is something like this for Python
- I noticed some APIs in the "Cheeseshop", but most of them were alpha,
better, or seemed to be forsaken a long time ago. Can you recommend me
anything?

Nov 1 '05 #1
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sIl 2005-11-01, Aquarius <st**********@gmail.com> ha scritto:
I explored Java's Hibernate a bit and I was intrigued by how you can
map entity objects to database tables, preserving all the relations and
constraits. I am interested if there is something like this for Python
- I noticed some APIs in the "Cheeseshop", but most of them were alpha,
better, or seemed to be forsaken a long time ago. Can you recommend me
anything?


http://sqlobject.org/

--
Lawrence
http://www.oluyede.org/blog
Nov 1 '05 #2
On 2005-11-01, Aquarius <st**********@gmail.com> wrote:
I explored Java's Hibernate a bit and I was intrigued by how you can
map entity objects to database tables, preserving all the relations and
constraits. I am interested if there is something like this for Python
- I noticed some APIs in the "Cheeseshop", but most of them were alpha,
better, or seemed to be forsaken a long time ago. Can you recommend me
anything?


SQLObject is quite mature and actively maintained. I have to say that I
don't care for ORMs much (or at least many of the Python ones); you usually
lose a lot of the power of relational databases.

Dave Cook
Nov 1 '05 #3
Aquarius wrote:
I explored Java's Hibernate a bit and I was intrigued by how you can
map entity objects to database tables, preserving all the relations and
constraits. I am interested if there is something like this for Python
- I noticed some APIs in the "Cheeseshop", but most of them were alpha,
better, or seemed to be forsaken a long time ago. Can you recommend me
anything?


SQLObject, PyDO, Durus and Django's database API.

Kent
Nov 2 '05 #4

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