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Old 1st September 2010, 02:13 AM
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python odbc -- good sources of info needed

I have been looking for a *good* web site on pyodbc and so far everything seems to be a little bit of info here and a little bit there.

I figured out how to set up a data source using MySQL on my Fedora 13 computer and connect to it using pyodbc.connect(). I can do a few things with pyodbc like insert data into a table and read data from a table.

However, I have some bugs. I really need a good reference book or web site with good examples and which explains all the methods of the pyodbc module.
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