I have a pre-defined table in a SQL Server database that contains 4 columns + the primary key (integer).  My class in Python is defined as:
 
class HistoricalMatrix(SQLObject):
    class sqlmeta:
        fromDatabase = True
        table="HistoricalMatrix"
    ccy = StringCol(length = 4)
    dataDate = DateCol()
    handle = StringCol(length = 128)
    coeff = StringCol()
 
the columns in the database are:
id
ccy
data_date
handle
coeff
 
The data_date column is specified as "data_date" in the database - is there a way I can specify this in the class definition? I came about using the mixed-case setup after some errors declaring the field as data_date in my Python class.