From: Peter Kropf <pkropf@gm...> - 2005-09-22 17:08:24
I'm in the process of creating a prototype application for a client
and would very much like to be able to use SQLObject in the
application. One question that has come up wrt SQLObject is the list
of supported databases. From what I can see, firebird, mysql,
postgres, sqlite, sybase and maxdb are currently supported. Does
anyone know of plans to support sql server or oracle? If not, does
anyone know the effort needed to add support?
There look to be 3 db-api compliant modules for Oracle and 2 for ODBC
though 1 of the ODBC modules looks to be orphaned. Is the effort
needed as simple as creating a [db] module that provides the needed
connection class? Anything else?
On Thu, Sep 22, 2005 at 10:08:05AM -0700, Peter Kropf wrote:
> anyone know of plans to support sql server or oracle?
I heard from people who have started to work to supoprt Oracle DBMS. I
haven't seen any code.
> Is the effort
> needed as simple as creating a [db] module that provides the needed
> connection class? Anything else?
DBConnection, columns support in col.py, converters in converters.py,
indicies in index.py, string quoting in sqlbuilder.py.
Oleg Broytmann http://phd.pp.ru/ phd@...
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