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ODBC links?

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Lo' there. I'm a new user of Python, what I'm looking for is an easy way to
create ODBC links to Access databases (obviously, Access isn't the best
database out there I can use, but its easiest to just piece together for
this quick project). What modules would I want to be looking for to create
an ODBC link?

S. C
Nov 12 '07 #1
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On Mon, 2007-11-12 at 10:13 +0000, Mr. Connolly wrote:
Lo' there. I'm a new user of Python, what I'm looking for is an easy way to
create ODBC links to Access databases (obviously, Access isn't the best
database out there I can use, but its easiest to just piece together for
this quick project). What modules would I want to be looking for to create
an ODBC link?
Hi,

maybe pyodbc is what you are looking for:

http://pyodbc.sourceforge.net/

Regards,
Johannes Findeisen
Nov 12 '07 #2

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Mr. Connolly wrote:
Lo' there. I'm a new user of Python, what I'm looking for is an easy way to
create ODBC links to Access databases (obviously, Access isn't the best
database out there I can use, but its easiest to just piece together for
this quick project). What modules would I want to be looking for to create
an ODBC link?

S. C

You could also try ceODBC, which was written by Anthony Tuininga (of
cx_Oracle fame):

http://ceodbc.sourceforge.net/

- Alex VanderWoude
Nov 13 '07 #3

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