[mod_python] Which Database?

Mike Looijmans nlv11281 at natlab.research.philips.com
Fri Mar 17 06:48:51 EST 2006

MySQL, using MySQLdb.

Putting in another database engine is very easy, just replace the 'connect' call.
Supports all you'll even need (transactions, distributed processing, triggers, ...) and is the 
obvious choice for many-readers few-writers systems.

Mike Looijmans
Philips Natlab / Topic Automation

marinus van aswegen wrote:
> Hi All
> Having sorted out mod_python code I new move on to the database :) I've 
> been playing with mysql via _mysql. Before I get into using this module 
> I thought I'd ask the obvious question "what database do you like to use 
> and what module to you use to interface?"
> I know this is a bit open ended, but I thought let me gauge what ppl 
> like to use.
> Regs
> Marinus
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