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Compatibility with C++ and SQL Server

Elias Alhanatis
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Hi Everybody!!
I was wondering , if i will write a program in Python , will it be able to use the databases created with a program in C++ with the combination of SQL Server?
I suppose i can do it , because "data" is a different thing then "program" , but i would use a confirmation. Also please inform me if there are any general restrictions in that....
Thanks in advance!!!!!
Aug 18 '07 #1
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bartonc
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Hi Everybody!!
I was wondering , if i will write a program in Python , will it be able to use the databases created with a program in C++ with the combination of SQL Server?
I suppose i can do it , because "data" is a different thing then "program" , but i would use a confirmation. Also please inform me if there are any general restrictions in that....
Thanks in advance!!!!!
There are some ODBC extension modules for Python. The best one went commercial on us and now costs money (don't know how much). There is a basic, yet stable and free, ODBC module in the PyWin32 package. I could probably dig us a link to at least one more. (And yes, it's data you are after so you have your choice of tools to get at it.)
Aug 18 '07 #2

bartonc
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There are some ODBC extension modules for Python. The best one went commercial on us and now costs money (don't know how much). There is a basic, yet stable and free, ODBC module in the PyWin32 package. I could probably dig us a link to at least one more. (And yes, it's data you are after so you have your choice of tools to get at it.)
Great news on this front!!!
PyODBC looks to be the Python ODBC interface of the future. 2.4 and 2.5 are both currently supported!
Oct 12 '07 #3

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