When you use Webware you are using Python. Therefore, in a sense your
question is, how do I connect to mysql from Python?
MySQLdb module lets you do this:
Info on the Python DB API and various DB topics is here:
After you get that working, there is a DBPool class in MiscUtils (provided
you're using the latest CVS version) that you can play with. Last I heard,
however, it didn't result in a performance improvement for MySQL (and for
that matter you might not even need one).
Also, MiddleKit will be uploaded to Webware CVS sometime this month. It
maps object and relational data, although it's certainly not a requirement
to do database work.
FYI, Webware CVS instructions are at:
At 03:52 AM 1/8/2001 +0300, baasad wrote:
>how do I connect to a mysql database useing webware
>is their a ready made model :)
>Bashar A. Asad
>finally a freelancer :)
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