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Running a Python script against an embedded mySQL server.


I have an application that has an embedded/extended Python interpreter. I
need to add
database capabilities and for reasons to lengthy to explain in this email,
also require
an embedded database server. I have tentatively chosen mySQL 4.0 due to
the apparent
ease of embedding, along with it having all the necessary database
functionality I need.

The application executes Python expressions as well as running complete
Python scripts via its
embedded interpreter.

The question is, using msSQLdb , can I connect external Python scripts
that the application
executes to the embedded mySQL server ?

If so, are there any special considerations in doing this?
Thanks for your help.
Jul 18 '05 #1
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