On Mon, 26 Apr 2004 07:10:37 -0400
Scott Russell <scott@...> wrote:
> On Mon, 2004-04-26 at 07:08, Marek Kubica wrote:
> > Trying to run it:
> > File "C:\sqlobject\sqlobject\main.py", line 943, in dropTable
> > if ifExists and not cls._connection.tableExists(cls._table):
> > AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'tableExists'
> > That doesn't wonder. But where in sqlite can I find tableExists?
> First, you need to read your error. This is a basic python error,
> stating that your code is trying to call a method of None, of which
> none exist. Something failed to initialize.
In my file there is a line
gadfly = None
but in the sqlite file it's the same
sqlite = None
> As for the question you thought you were asking: You may want to try a
> grep in the sqlobject source. _connection isn't a sqllite object here,
> it's a SO SQLiteConnection...
> Might I suggest you go and really deeply understand how SO (or at
> least it's connection management) and python work before trying this?
> Otherwise, you'll wind up asking a lot more questions that you could
> easily answer yourself.
Where I can find informations about SO?